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Xiaomi is on the right track
I should begin by highlighting the fact that Xiaomi has become the first manufacturer in China and what they have done is totally amazing within 5-year period. To become the first one in China and the third one all over the world, Xiaomi has sacrificed many things including revenue, capitol and accepting making a loss for a long time. With the strategy of selling low cost products with high quality inside, they are defining the true cheap and high-end specs products. We have to find it competitive when Apple and Samsung continuously release series of flagship when Xiaomi introduced their Mi Note and Mi Note Pro, to begin a battle between 3 huge guys in the mobile market. Coming back to the main news today, as I mentioned in the headline, the Chinese manufacturer has goaled a big deal when they sold out 35 million units in the first quarter of 2015. With HTC or SONY, they really want to do the same thing.
The development of Xiaomi during the period of time
According to a newly-posted report, Xiaomi has shipped approximately 35 million handsets for the first half of 2015, effectively overshadowing its H1 2014 result of 26 million units shipped. For the last year alone, the so-called Apple of China succeeded in shipping a grand total of roughly 61 million smartphones, thus this year’s increase in sales hints that if Xiaomi keeps the momentum it might ship a record-breaking amount of phones by the end of the year.
The manufacturer is keeping its portfolio relatively lightweight – apart from refreshing its entry-level line with the Redmi 2, mid-range one with the Mi 4i, Xiaomi also has some really notable high-enders like the Mi Note and the Mi Note Pro powerhouse. We are now expecting the Xiaomi Mi 5 to take the flagship reigns from the Xiaomi Mi 4i – there are a lot of conflicting rumors about this handset in question, as various rumors claim it will be announced later this summer with a Snapdragon 810 chipset on board, while others push its release all the way back to November, reportedly with a Snapdragon 820 SoC.