July 13, 2015 by ...
1-Xiaomi’s India Head Manu Jain for the first time has revealed that Xiaomi is planning to bring in Mi Box and Box TV in India. Also, he said that they don’t see India only as a mobile market and wish to bring in products in different categories
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi’s name ought to ring a bell for even some non-techies by now, courtesy of its cheap yet quality handsets, but did you know that it started out as a software company? That’s right, its ultra-popular custom Android skin called MIUI, initially released in 2010, is its earliest known product, and is regarded by its users as one of the best in the business.
Will Xiaomi be punished in a U.S. Listing?
3-Firms Running from U.S. Stock Market Will Learn Damage
There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding when the A-share market will recover from the rout and what the will be cost, but one thing is certain: Internet companies and firms that claim integration with promising Net services will not command high valuations for at least the next three to five years. We should also ask whether these companies will be able to clear the regulatory obstacles that a switch in listing venues entails.
Here’s another question: Is it wise for these companies and other foreign-listed Chinese Internet firms to return home? In other words, are they really so unfairly undervalued by foreign investors, as many analysts claim, that this is their only option?
Is it just me or do they both look like iPhones?
4-Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 leaks next to a Meizu, can you spot the differences?
Xiaomi’s next blockbuster handset, the Redmi Note 2, is fast approaching, and with its imminent unveiling, the leaks just can’t stop pouring in. The latest spy shots are in, and they confirm what we’ve seen before – a chassis rear that very much resembles Meizu’s MX franchise, but with a round fingerprint sensor twist. In fact, this time the Redmi Note 2 has even been put next to a Meizu, and the similarity is even more striking.