It turns out that Xiaomi makes a tidy profit from its cheap flagship smartphones, which it almost doubled between 2012 and 2013.
Things aren’t looking very positive at Samsung right now, but who are the players responsible? Is the rise of LG, Xiaomi, and Lenovo, not to mention Apple’s continued success, actually dragging Samsung down?
Xiaomi has announced a $1 billion investment into online video content for its smart TV product range to help it compete in the busy Chinese TV market.
Hugo Barra discusses Xiaomi’s consumer “family”, security concerns, and how its cut-throat smartphone business model turns a profit.
Xiaomi sold 19 million smartphones in Q3 2014, according to market researcher IHS iSuppli, making it the third largest handset manufacturer in the world.
Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra has announced that the company is moving user data and services to new servers over multiple sites, in order to improve user access speeds and combat fears over privacy.
Today, Xiaomi has announced that it is beta testing four home automation products, signalling a move into the smart home business.
Samsung devices have been banned from use by Chinese state officials.
Two of the most interesting smartphone companies of today, which one will trump the other?
We lift the lid on this year’s winners and losers so far, and take a look at emerging trends in the global smartphone arms race.