Xiaomi launched its costliest telephone, the Mi Combine 2, in the future earlier than Apple introduced the brand new iPhones. The Mi Combine 2 sports activities a bezel-less design in addition to a ceramic again.
Xiaomi has created a brand new document.
On Saturday, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun mentioned on Chinese language social media the corporate shipped greater than 10 million telephones in September alone, saying demand is so excessive that provide for some fashions stays tight.
“We now have excellent news to share: Greater than 10 million Xiaomi telephones had been shipped in September, marking the primary time in our historical past now we have crossed 10 million models in a single month! This implies our enterprise has achieved a brand new stage,” mentioned Lei Jun.
Xiaomi is not a family identify within the US (but), however it years in the past was the top-selling smartphone model in China, which made it the fourth largest smartphone firm on the earth. It is dipped in Chinese language reputation since then, however has discovered success within the rising India market.
The revelation comes simply weeks after Xiaomi introduced two new telephones, the Mi Combine 2, a bezel-less telephone with a ceramic again that’s the firm’s costliest telephone to this point, and the Mi A1, a price range Android One telephone created for creating markets corresponding to India.
There’s nonetheless some catching as much as do if the corporate needs to reclaim its high spot in its homeland, nonetheless. Huawei, a fellow Chinese language telephone producer, globally outsold Apple in June and July, throughout which era it was second solely to Samsung in gross sales. Huawei has shipped 73 million gadgets from January to June this yr, a median of 12 million telephones each month.
Nonetheless, 10 million in a single month is nothing to scoff at, and an indication that Xiaomi is again on observe after dropping momentum in 2016.
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