Xiaomi isn’t very well known in the United States, but it’s certainly very well known in China where the company had a great year. Next year, Xiaomi plans on making their presence felt in the US.
MIUI is one of the most popular custom ROMs for Android, and Xiaomi Tech has reported that there are now more than 10 million MIUI users around the world.
Ahead of its planned launch in Europe, Xiaomi is reportedly planning to launch its smartphones in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan soon.
This week, Beijing based Xiaomi joined forces with Sina Weibo to test a new method of selling their popular Mi2 on the Twitter like social media platform. The results were pretty phenomenal!
Do you know the saying “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas”? Well, after some recent events, if we were to take that and move it to China, we’d definitely say we don’t want what happens there to stay there, but to reach as many people across the world as possible.
Established less than three years ago, Xiaomi has become a leading smartphone manufacturer in China, and even on the international level. Reuters has a cover piece on Xiaomi and its charismatic leader Lei Jun.
Chinese startup Xiaomi have hit the headlines quite often over the past few months with their the launch of the quad-core M2 and most recently their announcement of an Android set-top box. Now according to unnamed sources, Xiaomi are looking to produce a feature packed smart TV.
Xiaomi has made the jump from an obscure Chinese mobile phone manufacturer to a very intriguing name for Westerners in a very short while, but that doesn’t seem to have been enough for the 2 year old company.
It’s getting almost impossible to keep track of all of the newly unveiled Android phones powered by the super-snappy quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, but the Xiaomi Phone 2 should stand out of the crowd for two reasons.
Though it’s still viewed as a somewhat exotic name by many tech enthusiasts in the West, Xiaomi is definitely making waves in its native land of China. After selling 3.5 million units of its first ever Android phone, the MI-One, in less than a year, the company is driving people nuts with the second gen Mi-Two and MI-One S phones.