The Xiaomi Mi3 is to be officially launched in India for ₹14,999. Pre-registration starts on July 15.
Xiaomi likes releasing phones in limited batches – guess how long it took to sell 10,000 Redmi Notes in Taiwan? Taking over the globe, Xiaomi is headed for India next, expected to sell devices through Flipkart soon.
In the third part of our Xiaomi profile, Hugo Barra talks about the company’s next expansion targets, challenges, and Xiaomi’s ecosystem friendly approach.
Hugo Barra started his interview with Android Authority by talking in detail about Xiaomi’s business model, how e-commerce is in the company’s DNA, and how Xiaomi is now the third largest e-commerce company in China.
Hugo Barra talks about plans for Xiaomi to enter the North American market and how he would win the American consumers’ minds, hearts, and souls.
Why are Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi and Huawei still mimicking Apple? The Mi Pad is embarrassing. It’s time for something different.
We all hate it when we can’t buy that cool, affordable phone we wanted. Here’s why we should cut underdogs some slack.
Xiaomi started selling the $280 Mi3 in Malaysia on May 20th and their web store ran out of units in less than 20 minutes.
Up and coming Chinese company Xiaomi made itself known in the smartphone industry through unconventional sales tactics and low prices, and now it’s setting its sights on the tablet business, with the freshly announced Mi Pad.
Chinese mobile phone manufacturer Xiaomi has received 15 million pre-orders for its upcoming large screen device, the RedMi Note.