Xiaomi may be following in their footsteps. The image mentioned something called Magic Cube and similar to Ara, it appears as if users will be able to swap parts in and out.
Xiaomi has been pushing devices in flash sales lately. Details of these sales have been popping up from time to time and it looks like word of another has arrived. This latest had Xiaomi selling 150,000 of the Mi3 smartphone in just under 10 minutes time. While those numbers are comparable to what we have seen from other sales, there was an interesting twist this time around.
Xiaomi has been doing some flash-sales recently. These sales have the company making a limited number of devices available for sale at a specified time and keeping them up until sold out. Back in October we saw Xiaomi sell through 100,000 units of the MI3 smartphone in about 90 seconds. This most recent flash sale didn't have the handset selling out that quickly, but another 110,000 went in minutes.
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Xiaomi. Not only have we seen some talk before he started, but he has since offered a bit of a status update following his first full week at work and now we are getting a bit of detail about how Xiaomi is able to change hardware so rapidly. The short answer here is paying attention to user feedback.
sold out in roughly 90 seconds last week, prompting many to clamor for info on when the device would be on sale again. A stellar device at an even more impressive price, the Mi3 promises to be a huge hit for Xiaomi. Now, we have news on when the next round of sales will begin.
lucky enough to get your hands on a Xiaomi Mi3, you may be wondering what to do with it. If you’re outside of China, you probably don’t have an account on the Xiaomi marketplace. It’s an Android phone, and you want the Play Store!
Xiaomi is a Chinese brand that up until recently may not have been on the radar of those outside the market. Things changed recently when Hugo Barra announced he was leaving Google and heading to China to take up residence as the global vice president. While we cannot credit Barra for these sales figures, it looks like Xiaomi is doing well with the recently launched MI3.
Xiaomi has overtaken Apple with 5% of the market. To get there, they are taking a unique strategy designed to make something big happen with frighteningly low margins. By offering their phones as close to cost as they can, Xiaomi hopes to shake up the Chinese market, and perhaps the world.
smartwatch in the works. The watch is reportedly coming from Millet and while this could have easily been looked at as future offering for the Chinese market, there has been word from Barra dealing with a international strategy for the upcoming year.