Questions abound after Google’s Hugo Barra announced a surprise move to Xiaomi, the rising star of the Chinese mobile industry.
The world’s biggest technology companies engaging in technological, marketing, and patent warfare. But which manufacturer deserves our acclaim, our respect, and the hard earned dollars of consumers worldwide?
Xiaomi is a hot, up and coming smartphone maker in China. They sell great smartphones for cheap and they ask only one thing: to not be compared to Apple.
The Xiaomi Hongmi (Red Rice in Chinese) has now touched down with a price point of CNY799 – or roughly $130. Best of all, it’s pack a quad-core CPU! Read on to learn more.
Xiaomi is very popular in China. So much so, that many treat a device release from them as an event, worthy of skipping work for. They have 14 million users in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan combined, which comprises the bulk of their 20 million worldwide users.
Xiaomi is rumored to have the Red Rice under development as a $130 device with a 4.7-inch 720p display and dual-SIM support.
Xiaomi may not be a household name just yet, but company founder Lei Jun has some lofty aspirations for the budding smartphone maker. Read on to find out just what they are.
Xiaomi recorded the sale of 200,000 Xiaomi M2S smartphones in just 45 seconds. An impressive feat for an equally impressive smartphone.
In an interview, Xiaomi co-founder and president Bin Lin talked about the company’s plans for the future and some of the secrets behind its success at selling Android handsets in China.
Two years and two high-end (ish) smartphones. That’s all it took to catapult Xiaomi from a no-name, novice company in the mobile décor to worldwide sensation