Xiaomi 12S Ultra: From an iPhone clone to a global powerhouse – the student becomes the master?

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For those who don’t know, Xiaomi is much more than just a smartphone company. Sort of like Samsung, the Chinese brand makes/produces home appliances, but it also has a bunch of “side hustles’, like the Xiaomi Electric scooter (one of the best-selling electric scooters worldwide), and, more recently, a prototype EV set to be unveiled by the end of August.All that aside, of course, I’d like to focus on Xiaomi’s phones, which started off with… well, not with a phone, but with a customizable launcher called MIUI. But over ten years later, Xiaomi’s reached this very point where other brands
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Smartphone Market Monitor Q4 2021 Featuring Apple, Motorola, Oppo, Samsung, Vivo, Xiaomi

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DUBLIN, July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Smartphone Market Monitor Q4 2021 – Quarterly Market Detailed Overview” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This Market Monitor – Quarterly Market Detailed Overview is an insightful report providing detailed analysis of the vendor activity and performance, measuring both volume and revenue by sell-in by major region and key countries (70+) and top (140+) vendors covering close to 96% of the global handset shipments. It is one of the detailed industrywide services providing an analysis of the key market drivers broken out by volume and value – which OEMs, brands

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Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo: India and China political tensions are hitting the smartphone market. But they need each other

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Indians love Chinese smartphones, but for the last two months, New Delhi has intensified the scrutiny of three top Chinese firms — Xiaomi, Vivo and Oppo. Together, these companies control more than 60% of the Indian smartphone market, according to data from research firm Counterpoint.

Xiaomi, the top-selling brand in the country, was the first company to face regulators’ heat. In May, the country’s main financial investigation agency accused Xiaomi’s Indian subsidiary of making illegal remittances, violating foreign exchange laws.

Xiaomi India said at the time that “all our operations are firmly compliant with local laws and regulations.” It   Read more