Authorities have insisted that China’s three state-owned wireless carriers cut their handset subsidy budgets, which could hinder local and international vendors, except for Xiaomi that is.
How do new manufacturers break into a smartphone market that’s dominated by brand giants spending megabucks to retain their place in public consciousness? Xiaomi and OnePlus have been relying on viral social media campaigns with mixed success.
Chinese vendor Xiaomi has just released a new version of its custom Android OS, MIUI 6, complete with a colorful new look and improved features.
Xiaomi has become the larger smartphone vendor in China, accounting for 14 percent of handset shipments in Q2 2014.
Fueled by Moto G sales this year in India, Motorola has overtaken Nokia as fourth largest handset manufacturer. Offer limited time price cut for the Moto G.
Xiaomi has now announced its first wearable device, a fitness band called Mi Band that also doubles as a security token for unlocking your smartphone.
Xiaomi just introduced the Mi 4 at a launch event in Beijing, and it’s a looker. The Xiaomi Mi 4 features a stainless steel frame, made with “unbelievable craftsmanship & polish” in the words of Xiaomi’s head of international expansion, Hugo Barra.
Just ahead of its official unveiling, the Xiaomi Mi-4 has been caught on camera, showing off a metallic looking back cover.
Some say that knowing the cause of a problem is half of the battle. Looking at its letter to investors, it’s hard not to think that the tech giant has missed a major cause of its troubles.
Xiaomi will offer its flagship product, the Mi 3 smartphone, from July 22, with online retailer Flipkart as the exclusive channel. The Xiaomi Mi 3 will cost INR 13,999 (around $230), not INR 14,999, as was initially announced.