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Hao Hong of the Bank of Communications International thinks it's a stretch to say that Xiaomi and other Chinese telecommunication manufacturers will be singled out by the U.S. like Huawei.
China technology stocks Lenovo and Xiaomi are both popular with investors. But here are three reasons why I think Lenovo is the better pick.
China's Xiaomi Corp has taken a stake of roughly 6% in compatriot chip designer VeriSilicon Holdings Co Ltd, as the smartphone maker revamps its years-long pursuit of success in semiconductors which it sees as central to driving innovation. The investment comes as the government identifies chips as one of several sectors in which it wants the country to become more self-reliant under its "Made in China 2025" initiative. In a filing to the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) published online on Thursday, VeriSilicon revealed a fund run by Xiaomi became its second-largest external shareholder in June.
Ever since the notch was first added to smartphones, everyone in the worldexcept the deeply deluded and my editor have wished it gone
Earlier this month, Oppo teased its upcoming under-screen camera tech with aquick and dirty video, and Xiaomi was quick to announce that it was working onsomething similar
Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has struggled to sell phones recently , so now it's spreading its offerings to cater to specific sets of customers. In this case, it's targeting the younger generation with the launch of Mi CC, a new series of smartphones aiming to be "a trendy mobile phone for global young people."
Huawei may be on the ropes as it battles sanctions from the U.S. government, but fellow Chinese smartphone rival Xiaomi is in expansion mode with the launch of a new brand that's aimed at winning friends (and sales) among the young and fashionable. "Mi CC" is the newest brand from Xiaomi. Essentially, what Xiaomi is doing here is breaking out a dedicated set of phones for those who care more about aesthetics than performance.
Xiamoi recently discovered a safety issue with the M365 electric scooter wherea screw could become loose in the folding apparatus
* * *The next innovation in mobile is peeking its head for all to see today afterChinese companies Oppo and Xiaomi both showed off under-screen cameras
It's been a busy couple of months for Bytedance, one of the world's mostvaluable startups and the operator of globally popular video app TikTok
Smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp confirmed on Friday that it had dismissed the head of its Africa division for violating a Chinese law pertaining to indecent public behaviour. According to an internal letter dated May 23 and widely circulated online, the company dismissed vice president Wang Lingming for violating Article 44 of China's public safety law. Xiaomi confirmed the veracity of the letter, which also says Wang was detained for 5 days by public security bodies, but the Chinese company declined to comment further.
The Latest on Snap, Xiaomi, Netflix, and Amazon(Continued from Prior Part)Xiaomi’s revenue grew 27.2% in Q1Smartphone company Xiaomi (XIACF) released its first-quarter results yesterday. The company’s revenue rose 27.2% YoY
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp reported better than-expected quarterly revenue on Monday due in part to steady growth in sales outside its home market. The results indicate Xiaomi's overseas expansion and focus on markets such as India and Europe are paying off as the smartphone market in China, the world's biggest, slows. Xiaomi's revenue rose 27% percent in the quarter ended March from a year earlier to 43.8 billion yuan ($6.3 billion), beating an average estimate of 42.109 billion yuan in a survey of analysts polled by Refinitiv.
Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi just released its first quarterly results since announcing its $1.48 billion pledge to focus on smartphones and 'AIoT', an acronym for Internet of Things powered by artificial intelligence. Xiaomi's adjusted net profit for the first quarter increased 22.4 percent year-over-year to 2.1 billion yuan ($300 million), while total revenue climbed 27.2 percent to 43.8 billion yuan ($6.33 billion). Sales in India, where Xiaomi handsets dominate, as well as other countries outside China, continued to be a bright spot for the company.
Samsung Electronics has sold 5 million units of its Galaxy A series smartphones, generating sales of over $1 billion (772.3 million pounds) since it began selling the devices in March, a senior company executive said on Tuesday. "Just in 70 days of launch this range of six models has delivered $1 billion of revenue," Ranjivjit Singh, Samsung India's chief marketing officer, told Reuters in an interview. Singh declined to give a revenue forecast for the company's overall mobile phone business in India, the world's second biggest mobile phone market after China.