May 8, 2015 by ...
Camera test ( oh yeah, another report sayS that the Mi 4 acts up when used in low light)
1-Xiaomi Mi 4i camera test: Photos taken with the new budget Mi phone. No effects. No filters
We tried out the 13-megapixel rear camera on the Rs 12,999 Xiaomi Mi 4i to ascertain its performance in real-life tests, and captured some random shots. The photos were taken in three different environments – outdoor under the sun, room environment, and low-light.
Chinese firms race into India to steal Marketshare
2-China’s Coolpad Dazen All Set to Enter Indian Smartphone MarketA new Chinese smartphone brand is gearing up to launch in India with a Xiaomi-like online-only sales model. Named Coolpad Dazen, the company has appointed former Flipkart executive Varun Sharma as the India CEO…http://m.gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/news/chinas-coolpad-dazen-all-set-to-enter-indian-smartphone-market-689864
Xiaomi has clobbered Samsung. Samsung is going crazy to remain relevant.
3-Samsung Reveals Their Engineering Superiority of Galaxy S6
Samsung has gotten a lot of our attention lately, increasingly so after having revealed their two most advanced smartphones yet, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. Their phones are stealing the show on most Android or tech oriented websites, and rightfully so.
Interesting article on investments, GoPro and the Xiaomi effect
4-GoPro: Growth on the Cheap
GoPro (NASDAQ: GPRO) reported first-quarter earnings late last month, and the results easily surpassed Wall Street expectations. Revenue rose 54% year-over-year to $363 million, while adjusted earnings per share hit $0.24. Analysts were forecasting $341 million and $0.18, respectively.
Read more: http://www.investopedia.com/stock-analysis/050715/gopro-growth-cheap-gpro.aspx#ixzz3ZXqbXFcq
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Xiaomi is going to Hugo Barra’s turf- Brazil5-Xiaomi to enter Brazil in three months
Brazil will become the ninth market for Xiaomi as the fast-growing Chinese smartphone maker is preparing to enter the Latin American nation in the next three months, the company’s vice president Hugo Barra said Thursday.
Xiaomi’s entry to Brazil, one of the biggest consumer markets in Latin America, may start from online sale of its phones and accessories as it has done with the previous eight markets–namely China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and India, Barra told the press at the Taiwan launch of Mi 4i phone.