Xiaomi Product Rollout, Thai Sales, Mi Band Reviews and More-Xiaomi News 

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May 7, 2015 by ...

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1-Full Xiaomi and Huawei 2015 roadmap leaks with specs: Mi4s and Mate 8 next month, Mi5 for the holidays

Huawei and Xiaomi just scored the motherload of all leaks, purportedly showing their whole roadmap for the year, and if this scheme above turns out legit, the companies would undoubtedly be quite miffed about it being let out in the wild. While Xiaomi’s roadmap is corroborated by tangential evidence from separate rumors about the Mi5 here and there, the Huawei part at least seems to closely resemble another roadmap that was sent to us back in November, out of which the Huawei P8 already materialized, and got reviewed by yours truly.


This article makes good points about the Mi Band but the English is cludgy. I strongly agree with it, however.

2- Xiaomi Mi Band review: Cheap and efficient, but does not offer much for fitness freaks

Tech giant of China origin Xiaomi has been a showstopper again unfreezing its much awaited Xiaomi MI Band which is widely speculated to be every Indians forthcoming wearable tech accessory most probably due to its low budget. Release of Xiaomi MI Band would certainly going to cause high pressure upon the rest of the electronic wearable gadgets manufacturers in India.


This is one of the best Mi Band reviews-imho

3-Gadget review: Xiaomi Mi Band is revolutionary in terms of price

Xiaomi’s Mi Band is not revolutionary in terms of design or features — but the price certainly is. It is cheap enough to be an impulse buy also.

More Chinese firms are piling on, trying to get at Xiaomi market share abroad

4- Smartphone firm Qiku expects to surpass Xiaomi in sales 

The crowded smartphone market in China is about to add another heavyweight player with industry experts anticipating further price wars among the key players.

Internet magnate Zhou Hongyi threw his hat into the smartphone ring on Wednesday and promised fans “exquisitely made” handsets that will surpass Xiaomi Corp both in quality and price.

“I understand selling smartphones in China is a red ocean market, actually it is an ocean full of blood,” Zhou said. The red ocean is used to describe a market packed with players and one in which profit margins are wafer-thin.


Xiaomi aggressively expanding

5-Xiaomi enters Thailand’s crowded smartphone race 

China’s Xiaomi has picked Thailand as the launch country for the company’s smartphones in fast-growing Southeast Asia. 



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