Lei Jun, the founder and CEO of Xiaomi, on Monday morning posted promotional content for the new Civi 1S smartphone. The company announced that the new model will be launched on April 21.
Lei Jun, founder and CEO of technology company Xiaomi, has withdrawn from the list of shareholders in Huaduo Network Technology, an affiliated company of JOYY, but is still serving as supervisor.
Lei Jun, founder and CEO of Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi, on Friday posted on Chinese social media platform Weibo to answer questions from netizens about Xiaomi's new product launch conference on December 28.
Kingsoft Office, a leading software and internet services company based in China, released the Kingsoft Digital Office Platform on Thursday, as well as three brand-new products.
The Founder and CEO of Chinese electronics firm Xiaomi announced on Tuesday that the Xiaomi 12 smartphone series and the brand-new MIUI 13 operating system will be released at 19:30 on December 28.
Kingsoft Cloud released its financial report for the third quarter of 2021, disclosing total Q3 revenue of 2.41 billion yuan ($377.39 million), up nearly 40% year-on-year.
On Monday, Lei Jun, chairman of Jinshan Group announced in a letter that he would give 600 shares to all employees of Jinshan.
The market capitalization of Xiaomi Group exceeded HK$600 billion on Sept. 1 for the first time, and its share price is now at HK$25, soaring 6%.
Lei Jun stated at the 16th China-ASEAN Expo which kicked off on September 21 that Xiaomi’s overseas business is now covering all 10 ASEAN countries.
Xiaomi Group released their financial report for the first half of 2019 and the results beat estimates. Total revenue increased by 20.2% reaching 95.71 billion yuan. Overseas business revenue amounted to 38.6 billion yuan, accounting for more than 40% of total revenue.