Xiaomi, Oppo, Lenovo, Vivo are in the top five in India’s smartphone market, completely overshadowing the Indian players
Xiaomi, which was valued at about $45 billion in 2014, is resorting to traditional selling techniques to make reach out to the next gen of smartphone buyers who don’t buy online
Xiaomi is selling mobile handsets in multi-brand outlets across the country, but wants to increase offline presence.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X with Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC, and a green ‘Hatsune Miku’ edition launched in China
Apple’s 10-year anniversary iPhone will also likely attract some of the high-end Android users in China to convert to an iPhone.
Xiaomi Mi 5c to feature a Snapdragon 625 processor and 3GB RAM, according to a new report.
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 4 will be on sale today on Mi.com, and all three versions of the phone will be available
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 smartphone will go on sale on Flipkart today, and once again only two versions are available
Xiaomi will not be attending the annual Mobile World Congress, which is scheduled to take place in the end of February in Barcelona.
Apple is in talks with the government to explore make in India iPhones. A look at other companies that are already on this path.
India’s smartphone market saw a 17.8 per cent decline in sales at 28.9 million units during October-December 2016 compared with the previous quarter.
Fast-rising Chinese smartphone makers are giving homegrown players a tough time, according to data shared by Singapore-based research firm Canalys.
Xiaomi was able to sell 2.5 lakh units of its new Redmi Note 4 smartphone that went on sale on January 23
With Hugo Barra departing from Xiaomi, here’s a look at his replacement: Xiang Wang who will be the new global VP
Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra, who served as the company’s global vice-president, has resigned from the company