Xiaomi's smartphone brand Redmi launched a new device targeted at young consumers on September 30, called the Redmi Note 11R.
Xiaomi's first engineering prototype car had been completed on September 28. The next important step for Xiaomi Auto will be the completion of its automobile factory by the end of the year.
On September 29, Hesai Technology announced that the monthly delivery of its AT128 has exceeded 10,000 units, making it the world's first lidar manufacturer to accomplish the feat.
Xiaomi launched the latest member of its Civi smartphone series for the Chinese market on September 27. The new Xiaomi Civi 2 comes to users with a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset.
On September 25, a Xiaomi 5G smartphone model with code name "2210132C" passed China's official safety assessment process, which is required for all products imported or sold in the country.
On September 25, Auto Custom, a modified car startup based in Tianjin, released its first self-designed small sports car model SC01. Smartphone maker Xiaomi has invested tens of millions of yuan in the company.
Xiaomi released the Redmi K50 Extreme Edition smartphone on August 11. Now leaked information of Redmi K60 high-end versions emerges.
The Xiaomi 11 smartphone series released in 2020 aroused widespread discussions on September 21, as an online topic reading "users defend rights after repeated exposure of quality problems with Xiaomi 11 series" appeared on the top trends lists on Chinese social media platforms.
On September 20, Hu Xinxin, Product Manager of Xiaomi's Civi brand, posted that the Xiaomi Civi 2 smartphone is "coming soon."
Lei Jun, founder of Xiaomi, stepped down as chairman of Beijing Xiaomi Electronic Software Technology Co., Ltd., an affiliated company of Airstar Digital Technology, a financial company owned by Xiaomi.
On September 13, Xiaomi Auto Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Chinese consumer tech firm Xiaomi, unveiled a patent entitled "Traffic Light Status Recognition Method, Device, Vehicle and Storage Medium."
Mi Camera Glasses, a product of Xiaomi’s Mijia ecosystem, announced over-the-air upgrades on September 10, providing support for new functions such as animal and plant identification.
Xiaomi recently announced in an internal email that it appointed Alain Lam, vice president and CFO of the group, to serve as the chairman of Airstar Digital Technology, the financial arm of the group.
Lei Jun, the founder and CEO of Chinese tech firm Xiaomi, said that the race in the EV industry was just getting started, "and I think Xiaomi has plenty of opportunities."
Xiaomi's smartphone brand POCO released its M5 and M5s models globally on September 5. Powered by Helio G-series chipsets from MediaTek and large 5,000 mAh batteries, these two devices are aimed at redefining budget gaming phones.
On July 4, Xiaomi officially released three flagship smartphones, including the 12S, the 12S Pro, and the 12S Ultra. Now the test phone configuration of the flagship Xiaomi 13 series is leaked.
Xiaomi Smart Band 7 Pro (international version) had been approved to be launched in Europe. The product has now passed all necessary certifications and may make its debut in the near future.
Xiaomi has identified Hesai Technology as the lidar supplier for its first car, which will come at a price exceeding 300,000 yuan ($43,460). The lidar firm for autonomous driving has previously received investment from Xiaomi.
Xiaomi is reportedly negotiating with Chinese automaker BAIC Group to produce electric vehicles on its behalf. However, another report on September 1 showed that Xiaomi Auto would very likely build its own factory.
Xiaomi's POCO brand for overseas markets announced on August 29 that it will hold an online launch event on September 5 to release two new smartphones, the M5 and M5s.