Xiaomi reported steady revenue growth in the first quarter of 2020 despite the disruptions in supply and shipment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
China's smartphone market shipped about 66 million units in the first quarter of 2020.
Xiaomi went from founding to listing in a mere nine years. It is the youngest Fortune 500 company in history.
Since 2014, OPPO has been studying VOOC flash charging. And the company launched SuperVOOC 2.0 in 2019, which achieved the highest charging power ever on a mobile phone.
In early 2019, Xiaomi decided to veer away from a smartphone-centric development strategy and increase its investment in AIoT.
Huawei has launched a range of new flagship smartphones through an online conference on March 26.
On March 12, the Redmi Note 9 Pro, available in Aurora Blue, Glacier White, and Interstellar Black, became available online for Indian customers.
Lei Jun, Xiaomi’s founder and CEO posted on Weibo on March 9, claiming that Xiaomi will no longer be restrained by "cost-effectiveness".
Huawei opened its first flagship store in France on March 5.
Huawei said the indictment was not based on law enforcement, but was rather an attempt to cause irreversible damage to the company’s reputation and businesses for competitive reasons.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi live-streamed an online launch event on February 13 to debut their flagship Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone.
Xiaomi officially announced that their new flagship, the Xiaomi Mi 10, will be presented during an online broadcast on February 13.
According to foreign news reports, due to the new coronavirus epidemic, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics decided to suspend some of their operations in China until February 9.
Chinese smartphone-maker and AIoT powerhouse, Xiaomi, has been under siege recently by internet users accusing the company of harming the image of China-made goods.
Honor released their newest addition to the V-series on November 26 in Beijing. Honor V30 and Honor V30 Pro, are the Huawei-owned brand’s first 5G phones.