Lithuania's Defense Ministry said on Tuesday that the phones sold in Europe by Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi Company have built-in censorship functions to detect certain sensitive terms.
Chinese electronics company Xiaomi has taken second place from Apple in the global smartphone shipments ranking during the second quarter of 2021, according to Canalys.
On Monday, Lei Jun, chairman of Jinshan Group announced in a letter that he would give 600 shares to all employees of Jinshan.
Chinese autonomous driving system startup Zongmu Technology announced that it has raised a total of $190 million in its Series D round of funding, including from a Xiaomi-backed investment fund.
Chinese smart home-cleaning appliances maker Dreame has launched a series of products in international markets, including the flagship Dreame Bot L10 Pro, a two-in-one sweeping and mopping robot vacuum equipped with a lidar navigation system.
On May 10, Kantar and Google released their 2021 BrandZ™ Top 50 Global Brands in China report. Xiaomi was ranked No. 4, along with Alibaba, ByteDance, and Huawei in the top four on the list. Another smartphone-maker, OPPO, was ranked 6th and was selected as the Outstanding Globalizing Chinese Global Brand Builder.
Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi has confirmed that its first gaming phone will be released by the end of this month.
Xiaomi’s first vehicle will be either an SUV or a sedan, co-founder and CEO Lei Jun told excited fans during a live-stream session on Tuesday evening.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi on Tuesday launched the brand’s first foldable smartphone, the Mi MIX FOLD, packed with top-notch innovative features.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has officially announced that it will start manufacturing electric cars, as the company seeks to diversify beyond smartphones and consumer electronics.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi on Wednesday unveiled the rest of its Mi 11 flagship family, as well as a next-generation fitness band and a gaming Wi-Fi router.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is planning to use one of Great Wall Motor’s plants to make their own electric vehicles (EVs), according to a Reuters report citing people familiar with the matter.
S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P DJI) announced on Monday that Xiaomi is eligible to be included on indices again after it won a court ruling which temporarily lifted a US government investment ban in the Chinese smartphone maker.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is currently preparing to make its own electric cars and could launch the venture as soon as April, according to Chinese media outlet 36Kr, citing investors close to the company.
Xiaomi injects funds into bodybuilding course maker I-Fitness, Julive rakes in 400 million yuan, Allianz tightens partnership with WeLab, while Xpeng Motors secures a new commitment from the Guangdong government.