Will start selling accessories
Chinese smart phone maker Xiaomi isn’t ready just yet to sell its phones in the U.S., but the company wants to start selling…
Everybody in the pool
Xiaomi, the low-cost Chinese smartphone maker, plans to start testing four new smart home modules on Jan. 26 according to a presentation…
show me the money
Xiaomi has completed a $1.1 billion funding round that values the Chinese smartphone startup at $45 billion, the company announced on Monday.…
Plenty of potential sales
In a country with over 1.2 billion, selling a million smartphones in India may not sound like a big deal for Xiaomi.…
Xiaomi reported only 347.5 million yuan in net profit last year on a regulatory filing which works out to USD $56 million — which means Xiaomi’s operating margin works out to a slim 1.8 percent.
Xaiomi’s Hugo Barra doesn’t like to be called a copycat. He used a conference appearance Tuesday to point the finger back at Apple, arguing that iOS and the iPhone have taken their fair share of “inspirations” from Android as well.
Meizu, a handset maker focused on China, packs a 1152 x 1920 screen and a 20-megapixel Sony camera into its latest $300 smartphone, but it uses a less desirable MediaTek chip.
Chinese hardware maker Xiaomi’s new tablet not only features cutting-edge specifications but also a surprisingly low price.
Xiaomi, the Chinese hardware maker, is planning to expand to 10 new countries. As part of this international expansion, it paid $3.6 million for the domain name mi.com.
Android device sales continued to rise overall in the final quarter of 2013 but the big winner in China isn’t a name you might have expected. The top dog isn’t Samsung; it’s Xiaomi, which only entered the market in 2010.
Silicon Valley has its fair share of convoluted romantic interludes, as you might expect in any industry filled with young, rich and ambitious people. But this one, involving several high-profile Googlers, is remarkable.
Xiaomi, a high-end smartphone maker in China, and Movile, Brazil’s biggest and most important wireless carrier, showcase the challenges Apple faces in those two markets.