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XIAOMI CORPORATION is a China-based investment holding company principally engaged in the research, development and sales of smartphones, Internet of things (IoTs) and lifestyle products, the provision of Internet services, and investment business. The Company mainly conducts its businesses through four segments. The Smartphone segment is engaged in the sales of smartphones. The IoT and Lifestyle product segment is engaged in the sales of other in-house products, including smart televisions (TVs), laptops, artificial intelligence (AI) speakers and smart routers; ecosystem products, including IoT and other smart hardware products, as well as certain lifestyle products. The Internet service segment is engaged in the provision of advertising services and Internet value-added services. The Others segment is engaged in the provision of repair services for its hardware products. The Company distributes its products in domestic market and to overseas markets.
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Founder
President, Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President - Global Business
Executive Vice Chairman of the Board, President - Group’s Smartphone Department
Co-Founder, Senior Vice President - Internet Services
Co-Founder, Senior Vice President, Chief Brand Officer
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Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp grabbed market share in China and Europe in the September quarter as rival Huawei Technologies' dominance slipped due to U.S. sanctions, market data showed.
China's smartphone market continued its steady contraction in the third quarter, with shipments declining 14% year-on-year, research firm Counterpoint reported on Friday.
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is in talks with Digital China Group Co Ltd and other suitors to sell parts of its Honor smartphone unit in a deal that could fetch up to 25 billion yuan ($3.7 billion), people with knowledge of the matter said.
Chinese e-scooter maker Ninebot Ltd will launch a domestic initial public offering soon with a listing structure that shows how eager Beijing is for Chinese tech companies to list at home amid rising tensions with Washington.
Smartphone shipments in China fell 15.6% in August compared with a year earlier, government data released on Thursday showed.
Xiaomi Corp's <1810.HK> overseas sales have returned to pre-pandemic levels, its acting CFO said on Wednesday, as it announced profit had more than doubled in the second quarter on the back of strong growth in its high-end smartphone business.
Xiaomi Corp reported a 3.1% rise in second-quarter revenue on Wednesday, as overseas demand for its premium smartphones rose even while key markets struggled with the pandemic.
E-commerce conglomerate Alibaba <9988.HK> <BABA.N>, handset maker Xiaomi <1810.HK> and WuXi Biologics <2269.HK> will enter the Hang Seng <.HSI> next month, broadening Hong Kong's traditionally financial services-dominated index.
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China's Xiaomi Corp and Oppo are importing some smartphone models into India as their local plants struggle to get back to production levels needed to meet demand that built up during lockdown, sources familiar with matter said.
China's Xiaomi and Oppo have had to resort to importing some smartphones models into India as their local assembly plants struggle to get back to normal production levels, three sources familiar with the matter said.
Xiaomi Corp reported a 13.6% rise in first-quarter revenue on Wednesday, beating estimates, as the Chinese smartphone maker sold more phones and benefited from sales of its higher-priced 5G models.
Xiaomi Corp reported a 13.6% rise in first-quarter revenue on Wednesday, even as demand for its smartphones plunged amid the coronavirus pandemic that has also rattled supply chains in China.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker Xpeng, backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Xiaomi Corp, said on Tuesday it has starting producing its new P7 sedan at its fully-owned Zhaoqing car plant after receiving a government production licence.
Tougher scrutiny of foreign investment in India has soured the plans of China's smartphone manufacturers seeking to expand beyond selling hardware for a bigger share of the South Asian country's competitive financial services market.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp said on Monday it will launch an e-commerce service in India this week to enable customers stuck at home during a nationwide lockdown to buy its products from their local retailer.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp is seeing signs of a sales recovery in China, it said on Tuesday, as the country starts to return to normal following the coronavirus lockdown.
Xiaomi Corp on Tuesday reported a 27% jump in December-quarter revenue, its fourth consecutive quarter of growth, and above analyst expectations, in spite a weak outlook for the global smartphone sector.
* QTRLY ADJUSTED. NET PROFIT RMB 2,344.4 MILLION VERSUS RMB 1,853.2 MILLION
Hong Kong-listed smartphone maker Xiaomi is planning an 8 billion yuan ($1.13 billion) panda bond issue to fund coronavirus prevention efforts, its first onshore issuance, two sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
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