Lei Jun, Chairman, CEO and founder of Xiaomi, announced the new progress of Xiaomi's vehicle manufacturing business.
The Chinese Patent Office shows that a vehicle-related patent applied by Xiaomi Mobile Software Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Beijing-based smart device manufacturer Xiaomi, was granted on Tuesday.
The power batteries division of Shenzhen-based technology firm BYD, FinDreams Battery, is actively exploring opportunities in the Chinese new energy vehicle market, including with firms NIO and Xiaomi Auto.
Zepp Health, a manufacturer of sports health wearable smart devices, announced that as of December 31, 2021, its global cumulative shipments of smart devices had exceeded 200 million units.
Luo Baojun, general manager of Xiaomi's Beijing-Tianjin Branch, said that the technology firm's first prototype car will be unveiled in the third quarter of this year.
Beijing-based tech firm Xiaomi announced it will rename its sports app to "Zepp Life."
Industrial research institution CINNO Research released a report on Monday, pointing out that the sales volume of smartphones in China in January was about 30.87 million units.
NEX, a high-end sub-brand of Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo, has undergone major changes recently.
Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi unveiled a wireless charging technology called "small inductance + magnetic absorption" on Sunday.
Leaks have emerged recently claiming Chinese electric vehicle firm NIO intends to enter the mobile phone industry.
Chip firm Nanjing Tianyihexin Electronics Co., Ltd. announced that it had recently completed a C round of financing worth several hundred million yuan.
Xiaomi's Surge P1 chip, a purportedly self-developed charging chip, was recently questioned to be produced by an original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
Chinese smartphone brand Redmi announced on Wednesday morning that its Redmi K50 Gaming Edition model will be officially released at 19:00 on February 16.
Germany's Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) on Thursday issued a notice to Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, confirming no evidence was found that its smartphones contain an alleged "censorship" function.
The Cryptorabbit is a blockchain product launched by Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi in 2018.