Xiaomi’s India boss, Manu Kumar Jain, today announced new ways for Indian consumers to buy its smartphones or tablets, including via Amazon.
Xiaomi’s MiPad, which comes with a 7.9-inch 1080p HD screen, will cost INR 12,999 (US$207), while the Redmi 2 (with a 4.7-inch 720p HD screen) is pegged at INR 6,999 (US$112).
Today is a red letter day in India for Chinese smartphone-makers: Xiaomi has flash sales for both 16GB and 64GB variants of its flagship killer Mi 4 at 5pm India time. And OnePlus has a 24-hours open ...
Mi 4, priced at INR 19,999 (US$325), will be sold exclusively on Indian ecommerce site Flipkart.
2015 looks set to be the year that Xiaomi’s rivals catch up in terms of strong specs for low prices.
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi revealed today that it has sold one million smartphones in India in the five months since launching in the nation.
After Xiaomi yesterday won a temporary reprieve on its India sales ban, today Hugo Barra confirmed that sales of one phone model will restart in the country next week.
The battle between two cool Chinese phonemakers has extended to two ecommerce platforms in their most sought-after market, India.
Xiaomi is not the first Chinese company to get into strife in India. But the Indian Air Force issuing a circular, asking all its personnel to ensure neither they nor any of their family members use a ...
Jolla is priced just a bit more than Mi 3. But then all those frustrated by Xiaomi flash sales might find the smartphone from the land of Nokia to be a great option.
Apple fans in India will have to wait for a month more than their US counterparts for the snazzy iPhone 6 and its superior cousin iPhone 6 Plus.
Second lot of Xiaomi's Redmi 1S sells out in 4.5 seconds flat in India, hours before the unveiling of Apple's iPhone 6.
It was another lottery in India for the sale of Xiaomi's Redmi 1S, just like it had been for the Mi 3 earlier. 40,000 units of Redmi 1S sold out in 4.2 seconds
The Xiaomi business model requires it to enter a new market with low volumes. But the huge attraction for its value-for-money phones in India poses a quixotic challenge
A lot has happened over the week in India’s smartphone arena. OnePlus announced its entry, Xiaomi’s fifth flash sales repeated its earlier successes, Alcatel launched 3 smartphones, and Moto G said fa...
Samsung launches three new budget phones, and the Moto G gets a price cut in India. Does Xiaomi have something to do in this?