Huawei is now the no.1 phone maker in China (Xiaomi no longer)


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Newest numbers from China confirm that Huawei, and not Xiaomi is the number one phone maker in China (with regards to smartphone volume).

The analysis comes from China-based firm Canalys which claims that Huawei has trumped Xiaomi in the race for the numero uno phone maker in the world’s largest smartphone market of China.

Both Huawei and Xiaomi have had a gala time in 2015 so far, with most phones from both brands being a hit in China and elsewhere. Huawei has a much stronger international presence than Xiaomi, as you might already be aware.

The exact sales figures haven’t been obtained as yet, and are numbers for the third quarter for this year, i.e., Q3 2015. Huawei has tasted success with its new Honor 7 smartphone, while Xiaomi has had to make a comeback with the Redmi Note 2 after the Mi 4i failed to grab the market share the company would’ve hoped for.

With the new Mi 4c now on sale, Xiaomi will hope to grab lost ground.

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118 Comments

  1. JC
    October 22, 2015

    Of course they should have taken this position long time ago. Solid build quality, good pricing, metal finishing (unlike xiaomi), wide range of devices to choose from. But I’m always aware that they may include some spywares/trackers in your device (base on the request of China’s government) so any good thing will come with a price.

    • Tajwar
      October 22, 2015

      Still in the past I see

    • balcobomber25
      October 22, 2015

      Xiaomi has equal build quality and most of their devices are cheaper than their Huawei counterparts….

  2. MaxPower
    October 22, 2015

    Q4 will be a different story

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 22, 2015

      You think!!?
      Huawei have Nexus 6 and Honor 7, and whot does have Xioami?
      Mi4c with “very good” 4h of SoT and KitKat?

      • MaxPower
        October 22, 2015

        We are talking about Chinese market are we?

        In my opinion they will sell more MI4C and Redmi Note2 than Nexus6 without GAPPS and old SoC Honor7.

        I’ll remind you this conversation in 3 months 😉

        • Zami
          October 23, 2015

          Huawei in China has great service .
          They are ranked top in the basis of Customer Satisfaction in China .
          Maybe for this their sales is rising in China .
          I think it will be tight .
          Winner is hard to predict .

          • MaxPower
            October 23, 2015

            I’m not surprised that Huawei jumped in the first spot.

            in Q3 Huawei already launched their main phones (Honor,Mate) while Xiaomi was still selling their last year phones except for the Redmi Note 2.

            The MI4C wasn’t launched yet, the MI5 still has to be released.
            I don’t think the MI5 will be released in time, so if it’s not Q4, then definitely Q1 2016 will tell the real Gap between the 2 companies.

            and that’s the reason i came out with my previous comment.

        • bojan radovanovic
          October 23, 2015

          is this article about sale in China or biggest numbers of total sale!?
          i think you got it wrong.

          • MaxPower
            October 23, 2015

            i got it right, i was checking if you got it right since you mentioned the Nexus

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 24, 2015

              So, what did you find out!?
              Did you just find out that Huawei produces Nexus 6???
              Or that Huawei is also Chinese!?
              Anyways, check out this news again.

            • MaxPower
              October 24, 2015

              You should check your sources and maybe use a different translator.

              anyway, I’m done with this discussion, no time for such a thing.

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 25, 2015

              anyway, just read hedline.

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 25, 2015

              HUAWEI is now no1. PHONE MAKER in China.
              what about that line YOU don’t understand!?
              i guess, you realy need to use another translator.

              PRODUCING phones is not same as selling it “in china” as you are trying to say Xaomi is doing better.
              huawei produces more and sell more devices worldwide, and that is what this article is about.
              dude, just read, don’t try to be righ all the time, by any cost

            • MaxPower
              October 25, 2015

              the one who’s trying to be right at any cost is you.

              there’s no mention to the global market in the article, nor in the headline.

              actually you didn’t even have to bother to read the whole article as all the infos are in the headline:

              Huawei is NOW (Q3- it means it wasn’t in Q2) #1 phone maker in CHINA (not in the US, not Russia, not globally)

              XIAOMI NO LONGER should make you assume that it was before.
              In fact it was in Q2.

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 26, 2015

              Huawei is NOW (Q3- it means it wasn’t in Q2) #1 phone maker in CHINA!!!!

              dude, what you don’t understand in that line!?

              #1 phone maker in CHINA

              dou you know what is phone maker, what that meens!?

              if i try to explain that to the rock, it would understand and you cant….
              dude, try to use your brain.

      • MaxPower
        October 22, 2015

        i usually don’t respond to trolling but i want to remind you that Lollipop is actually installed on about 12% of the active devices (m.androidcentral.com/lollipop-now-available-over-10-percent-active-android-installs)
        and it doesn’t even run nicely.

        and Xiaomi is on the list of those brands who is going to get Marshmellow.

        (www.phonearena.com/news/Complete-list-of-phones-to-get-Android-6-Marshmallow-leaks-includes-Samsung-Sony-and-LG_id74400 )

        • bojan radovanovic
          October 23, 2015

          trolling?
          you meen this: “Q4 will be a different story”!?
          and…you base that on what!?

          anyway….we can talk on this after Q4 ends.

          • MaxPower
            October 23, 2015

            based on the fact the all huawei phones (Honor and Mate) were out while only the Redmi Note 2 from xiaomi was released.

            Now they have the MI4C to count for Q4 and soon the MI5 for Q1 2016.

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 24, 2015

              You are forgeting Xiaomi’s indian “flagship”!? Yes, it’s sale doesn’t go as Xiaomi did expect, but it’s here.

              Name Nexus rings a bell!?
              There will be sold more Huawei Nexus devices then Mi5 and Mi4c together.

              But, ok, it is just my guessing, we will be here in few months.

            • MaxPower
              October 24, 2015

              I had the suspect you didn’t understand the meaning of the article and you have just confirmed it to me right now.

              In the article they are talking about the market share in China and not globally.

            • Tajwar
              October 27, 2015

              WoW! you fought hard man!

            • MaxPower
              October 27, 2015

              i haven’t fought, i was trying to recover this guy from the non sense he was saying.

              i had to give up though, i think he’s hopeless.

              I’m glad you came by here, because I’m starting to doubt myself now:
              am i losing my mind here?
              am i getting the Alzheimer out he’s wrong somehow? (i still don’t know what he’s talking about)

            • Tajwar
              October 27, 2015

              Nah I think you are still healthy, He just didn’t grasp what you want to say OR he’s plain Hopeless

            • MaxPower
              October 27, 2015

              he’s been twisting his words that i really don’t know what he thinks.

              does he think worldwide?
              did he think produce and not sell?

              anyway, since xiaomi is not a public company we don’t know their numbers.

              what we have here is an extimate
              made by some analysts.
              we have other analysts that came out with total different numbers:
              look at what IHS technology says:

              https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c4c41b04221d70752d1dfa9039425d403bb64b81e123dfcef1a267647ff527ac.png

            • Tajwar
              October 27, 2015

              Yup as they aren’t public there are exact numbers

            • MaxPower
              October 24, 2015

              Globally the Nexus 6p will be sold more than MI5 and MI4c together.
              Of course, the MI4C is not sold outside China and the MI5 is not out yet, and even if it comes out tomorrow it will be sold outside China only several months later.

              So the number of MI4C and MI5 together sold outside China is zero.

              So im guessing you meant inside China right?

              Then I’ll say that the MI4C alone would sell more than the Nexus 6P ( inside China).

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 25, 2015

              dude, just reed hedline. there is not montion of sale in china or world, we are talking about biggest producing numbers

            • MaxPower
              October 25, 2015

              the headline itself is enough to avoid mistakes:
              IN CHINA

              Xiaomi doesn’t even sell globally except 4 or 5 countries, so why would someone compare them globally?

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 26, 2015

              MAKER, #1 phone maker in CHINA
              you know what meker do?
              it is not inportant to this news where they sell that devices…they are producing them in China, and Xiami make less devices then Huawei.
              If they have done better job with Mi4i, and it sale was as they expectet maybe they would be bigger, but they are not.

            • MaxPower
              October 26, 2015

              i feel I’m talking to a 7 years old kid.

              the article is about MARKET SHARE in CHINA

              for your convenience this is the meaning of market share:
              http://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/marketshare.asp

              during Q3 Huawei SOLD (and not simply made) a number of devices in CHINA to guarantee them a market share of 18.7%

              Xiaomi SOLD devices in CHINA gaining a market share of 12.7%

              there’s no data about how many devices are MADE by the 2 companies because this number is irrelevant, plus Xiaomi is not a public company so you won’t get those numbers.

              you keep bringing up the MI4i which is not sold in China and has nothing to do with this news.

              below there’s a picture in case it could help you understand, who knows, this is my last attempt, avoiding responding because i really don’t know what else i can do for you https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/058ef36cedd6142bd3e9f14fe36d63c09673818739e01a2ce035656ed80bb240.png

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 27, 2015

              dude, just go back and READ this article where are writing right now.

              you realy are dumb fuc**r: jus read what is in front ow you, or ask your mother to read it for you as, obviously you can understand.

              “The exact sales figures haven’t been obtained as yet, and are numbers for the third quarter for this year, i.e., Q3 2015. Huawei has tasted success with its new Honor 7 smartphone, while Xiaomi has had to make a comeback with the Redmi Note 2 after the Mi 4i failed to grab the market share the company would’ve hoped for.”

              so, one more time, I DID NOT MENTION MI4i first, THIS ARTICLE DID!!!!

              and if you say Mi4i is not on sale in China, then tell me why are they talking about it!?

              ah, yes…it is because they are talking about how “Huawei, and not Xiaomi is the number one phone maker in China (with regards to smartphone volume)”.

            • MaxPower
              October 26, 2015

              you are really hopeless.
              i give up

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 27, 2015

              dude, go hit your head off the wall. maybe it will hel you

            • MaxPower
              October 27, 2015

              i don’t think it will help, i really need to crack it open to start thinking like you.

            • bojan radovanovic
              October 31, 2015

              nope, you are so stupid that only solution for you is to die… no help for you dude. hitting your head in the wall would just maek wall a hero.
              anyway, you did not tell me why did they wrote obout Mi4i bad sale in this article,which you said yourself is not available in China, if this is only wroten about “Chine market”!?

            • MaxPower
              October 31, 2015

              bla bla bla. are you still talking about it?
              get a life

            • bojan radovanovic
              November 2, 2015

              hahahaha…

  3. Guaire
    October 22, 2015

    Losing global market share position to Huawei was understandable, hence their archrival operates globally. Losing China is whole another thing.

    This shouldn’t have happened, a series of bad decisions led to this.

  4. Lars
    October 22, 2015

    Time for Xiaomi to expand to Europe and start supporting band 20 :).

    PS: I’m ordering the Honor 7 next week because I feel it is a more complete device than the Mi4c (fingerprint, SD-slot, 2 year warranty and cheaper).

    • Tajwar
      October 22, 2015

      But isn’t the mi4c moar powerful?

      • Dante
        October 22, 2015

        yea the Sd808 is my fav chipset

      • King
        October 22, 2015

        Plus someday one can hope for ROM! Not sure if Huawei will ever open up sources for dev.

    • Dante
      October 22, 2015

      also better build (metal) and better camera

    • balcobomber25
      October 22, 2015

      That actually wouldn’t be a good idea for them, supporting international bands would but they are no where near ready to take on Europe or the US. The best plan for Xiaomi is continue with emerging markets and continue to build their patent portfolio. But they should use a global LTE platform.

    • yalok
      October 23, 2015

      Honor 7 is actually more expensive.

      • Lars
        October 23, 2015

        Depends where you live and if you include taxes. Honor 7 can be bought in discount about once a month for 299€ European shipping included. Ordering the 3GB Mi4c from GizChina EU warehouse will cost me 315€.

  5. Manu
    October 22, 2015

    Might be because people are getting sick of waiting for the MI5…. totally understandable

    • ivan
      October 22, 2015

      my Mi 4 still have KitKat, no more comment needed …

  6. Zami
    October 22, 2015

    With Nexus 6P and if the rumoured Honor 7 Plus and Huawei Mate 8 arrives in Q4 then Huawei will stay in top for Q4 .

  7. JC
    October 22, 2015

    Of course they should have taken this position long time ago. Solid build quality, good pricing, metal finishing (unlike xiaomi), wide range of devices to choose from. But I’m always aware that they may include some spywares/trackers in your device (base on the request of China’s government) so any good thing will come with a price.

    • Tajwar
      October 22, 2015

      Still in the past I see

    • balcobomber25
      October 22, 2015

      Xiaomi has equal build quality and most of their devices are cheaper than their Huawei counterparts….

  8. MaxPower
    October 22, 2015

    Q4 will be a different story

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 22, 2015

      You think!!?
      Huawei have Nexus 6 and Honor 7, and whot does have Xioami?
      Mi4c with “very good” 4h of SoT and KitKat?

    • MaxPower
      October 22, 2015

      We are talking about Chinese market are we?

      In my opinion they will sell more MI4C and Redmi Note2 than Nexus6 without GAPPS (btw, i thought you could only buy it from Google Play Store?!?)
      and old SoC Honor7.

      I’ll remind you this conversation in 3 months 😉

    • MaxPower
      October 22, 2015

      i usually don’t respond to trolling but i want to remind you that Lollipop is actually installed on about 12% of the active devices (m.androidcentral.com/lollipop-now-available-over-10-percent-active-android-installs)
      and it doesn’t even run nicely.

      and Xiaomi is on the list of those brands who is going to get Marshmellow.

      (www.phonearena.com/news/Complete-list-of-phones-to-get-Android-6-Marshmallow-leaks-includes-Samsung-Sony-and-LG_id74400 )

    • Guest
      October 23, 2015

      Huawei in China has great service .
      They are ranked top in the basis of Customer Satisfaction in China .
      Maybe for this their sales is rising in China .
      I think it will be tight .
      Winner is hard to predict .

    • MaxPower
      October 23, 2015

      I’m not surprised that Huawei jumped in the first spot.

      in Q3 Huawei already launched their main phones (Honor,Mate) while Xiaomi was still selling their last year phones except for the Redmi Note 2.

      The MI4C wasn’t launched yet, the MI5 still has to be released.
      I don’t think the MI5 will be released in time, so if it’s not Q4, then definitely Q1 2016 will tell the real Gap between the 2 companies.

      and that’s the reason i came out with my previous comment.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 23, 2015

      trolling?
      you meen this: “Q4 will be a different story”!?
      and…you base that on what!?

      anyway….we can talk on this after Q4 ends.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 23, 2015

      is this article about sale in China or biggest numbers of total sale!?
      i think you got it wrong.

    • MaxPower
      October 23, 2015

      i got it right, i was checking if you got it right since you mentioned the Nexus

    • MaxPower
      October 23, 2015

      based on the fact the all huawei phones (Honor and Mate) were out while only the Redmi Note 2 from xiaomi was released.

      Now they have the MI4C to count for Q4 and soon the MI5 for Q1 2016.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 24, 2015

      You are forgeting Xiaomi’s indian “flagship”!? Yes, it’s sale doesn’t go as Xiaomi did expect, but it’s here.

      Name Nexus rings a bell!?
      There will be sold more Huawei Nexus devices then Mi5 and Mi4c together.

      But, ok, it is just my guessing, we will be here in few months.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 24, 2015

      So, what did you find out!?
      Did you just find out that Huawei produces Nexus 6???
      Or that Huawei is also Chinese!?
      Anyways, check out this news again.

    • MaxPower
      October 24, 2015

      I had the suspect you didn’t understand the meaning of the article and you have just confirmed it to me right now.

      In the article they are talking about the market share in China and not globally.

    • MaxPower
      October 24, 2015

      You should check your sources and maybe use a different translator.

      anyway, I’m done with this discussion, no time for such a thing.

    • MaxPower
      October 24, 2015

      Globally the Nexus 6p will be sold more than MI5 and MI4c together.
      Of course, the MI4C is not sold outside China and the MI5 is not out yet, and even if it comes out tomorrow it will be sold outside China only several months later.

      So the number of MI4C and MI5 together sold outside China is zero.

      So im guessing you meant inside China right?

      Then I’ll say that the MI4C alone would sell more than the Nexus 6P ( inside China).

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 25, 2015

      dude, just reed hedline. there is not montion of sale in china or world, we are talking about biggest producing numbers

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 25, 2015

      anyway, just read hedline.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 25, 2015

      HUAWEI is now no1. PHONE MAKER in China.
      what about that line YOU don’t understand!?
      i guess, you realy need to use another translator.

      PRODUCING phones is not same as selling it “in china” as you are trying to say Xaomi is doing better.
      huawei produces more and sell more devices worldwide, and that is what this article is about.
      dude, just read, don’t try to be righ all the time, by any cost

    • MaxPower
      October 25, 2015

      the headline itself is enough to avoid mistakes:
      IN CHINA

      Xiaomi doesn’t even sell globally except 4 or 5 countries, so why would someone compare them globally?

    • MaxPower
      October 25, 2015

      the one who’s trying to be right at any cost is you.

      there’s no mention to the global market in the article, nor in the headline.

      actually you didn’t even have to bother to read the whole article as all the infos are in the headline:

      Huawei is NOW (Q3- it means it wasn’t in Q2) #1 phone maker in CHINA (not in the US, not Russia, not globally)

      XIAOMI NO LONGER should make you assume that it was before.
      In fact it was in Q2.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 26, 2015

      Huawei is NOW (Q3- it means it wasn’t in Q2) #1 phone maker in CHINA!!!!

      dude, what you don’t understand in that line!?

      #1 phone maker in CHINA

      dou you know what is phone maker, what that meens!?

      if i try to explain that to the rock, it would understand and you cant….
      dude, try to use your brain.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 26, 2015

      MAKER, #1 phone maker in CHINA
      you know what meker do?
      it is not inportant to this news where they sell that devices…they are producing them in China, and Xiami make less devices then Huawei.
      If they have done better job with Mi4i, and it sale was as they expectet maybe they would be bigger, but they are not.

    • MaxPower
      October 26, 2015

      i feel I’m talking to a 7 years old kid.

      the article is about MARKET SHARE in CHINA

      for your convenience this is the meaning of market share:
      http://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/marketshare.asp

      during Q3 Huawei SOLD (and not simply made) a number of devices in CHINA to guarantee them a market share of 18.7%

      Xiaomi SOLD devices in CHINA gaining a market share of 12.7%

      there’s no data about how many devices are MADE by the 2 companies because this number is irrelevant, plus Xiaomi is not a public company so you won’t get those numbers.

      you keep bringing up the MI4i which is not sold in China and has nothing to do with this news.

      below there’s a picture in case it could help you understand, who knows, this is my last attempt, avoiding responding because i really don’t know what else i can do for you

    • MaxPower
      October 27, 2015

      you are really hopeless.
      i give up

    • Tajwar
      October 27, 2015

      WoW! you fought hard man!

    • MaxPower
      October 27, 2015

      i haven’t fought, i was trying to recover this guy from the non sense he was saying.

      i had to give up though, i think he’s hopeless.

      I’m glad you came by here, because I’m starting to doubt myself now:
      am i losing my mind here?
      am i getting the Alzheimer out he’s wrong somehow? (i still don’t know what he’s talking about)

    • MaxPower
      October 27, 2015

      he’s been twisting his words that i really don’t know what he thinks.

      does he think worldwide?
      did he think produce and not sell?

      anyway, since xiaomi is not a public company we don’t know their numbers.

      what we have here is an extimate
      made by some analysts.
      we have other analysts that came out with total different numbers:
      look at what IHS technology says:

    • Tajwar
      October 27, 2015

      Nah I think you are still healthy, He just didn’t grasp what you want to say OR he’s plain Hopeless

    • Tajwar
      October 27, 2015

      Yup as they aren’t public there are no exact numbers

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 27, 2015

      dude, go hit your head off the wall. maybe it will hel you

    • MaxPower
      October 27, 2015

      i don’t think it will help, i really need to crack it open to start thinking like you.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 27, 2015

      dude, just go back and READ this article where are writing right now.

      you realy are dumb fuc**r: jus read what is in front ow you, or ask your mother to read it for you as, obviously you can understand.

      “The exact sales figures haven’t been obtained as yet, and are numbers for the third quarter for this year, i.e., Q3 2015. Huawei has tasted success with its new Honor 7 smartphone, while Xiaomi has had to make a comeback with the Redmi Note 2 after the Mi 4i failed to grab the market share the company would’ve hoped for.”

      so, one more time, I DID NOT MENTION MI4i first, THIS ARTICLE DID!!!!

      and if you say Mi4i is not on sale in China, then tell me why are they talking about it!?

      ah, yes…it is because they are talking about how “Huawei, and not Xiaomi is the number one phone maker in China (with regards to smartphone volume)”.

    • bojan radovanovic
      October 31, 2015

      nope, you are so stupid that only solution for you is to die… no help for you dude. hitting your head in the wall would just maek wall a hero.
      anyway, you did not tell me why did they wrote obout Mi4i bad sale in this article,which you said yourself is not available in China, if this is only wroten about “Chine market”!?

    • MaxPower
      October 31, 2015

      bla bla bla. are you still talking about it?
      get a life

    • bojan radovanovic
      November 2, 2015

      hahahaha…

  9. Guaire
    October 22, 2015

    Losing global market share position to Huawei was understandable, hence their archrival operates globally. Losing China is whole another thing.

    This shouldn’t have happened, a series of bad decisions led to this.

  10. Ebeninkinin
    October 22, 2015

    Kirin SoC Rocks!

  11. Lars
    October 22, 2015

    Time for Xiaomi to expand to Europe and start supporting band 20 :).

    PS: I’m ordering the Honor 7 next week because I feel it is a more complete device than the Mi4c (fingerprint, SD-slot, 2 year warranty and cheaper).

    • Tajwar
      October 22, 2015

      But isn’t the mi4c moar powerful?

    • Dante
      October 22, 2015

      also better build (metal) and better camera

    • Dante
      October 22, 2015

      yea the Sd808 is my fav chipset

    • balcobomber25
      October 22, 2015

      That actually wouldn’t be a good idea for them, supporting international bands would but they are no where near ready to take on Europe or the US. The best plan for Xiaomi is continue with emerging markets and continue to build their patent portfolio. But they should use a global LTE platform.

    • King
      October 22, 2015

      Plus someday one can hope for ROM! Not sure if Huawei will ever open up sources for dev.

    • yalok
      October 23, 2015

      Honor 7 is actually more expensive.

    • Lars
      October 23, 2015

      Depends where you live and if you include taxes. Honor 7 can be bought in discount about once a month for 299€ European shipping included. Ordering the 3GB Mi4c from GizChina EU warehouse will cost me 315€.

  12. Frozzem
    October 22, 2015

    Might be because people are getting sick of waiting for the MI5…. totally understandable

    • Guest
      October 22, 2015

      my Mi 4 still have KitKat, no more comment needed …

  13. Guest
    October 22, 2015

    With Nexus 6P and if the rumoured Honor 7 Plus and Huawei Mate 8 arrives in Q4 then Huawei will stay in top for Q4 .

  14. Guest
    October 22, 2015

    Kirin SoC Rocks!

  15. inquirercet
    October 22, 2015

    They should stop making non smartphone related products. I can understand the routers but a water tester and luggage is really pushing it. Just concentrate on what the company does best.

    • highwind
      October 23, 2015

      You mean delayed and restrictive offerings as well as faked sales figures?

  16. bojan radovanovic
    October 22, 2015

    Xiaomi’s only way back to top, could be if they change all Mi4i to Mi4c, for all buyers they have froa, because no one who is cheated with Mi4i “flagship” name won’t EVER again think to buy something from Xiaomi

  17. Angry Mobile Nerd
    October 22, 2015

    Not surprised, Xiaomi totally dropped the ball this year. Correct me if I’m wrong but they *still* haven’t launched a phone with a finger print scanner, right? We also saw a lot of companies transitioning to metal bodies this year where as Xiaomi is still pushing plastic polycarbonate backed phones on customers as if Apple launched the iPhone 5c yesterday. And the Mi5 is totally MIA. Actually maybe they lost their ball and are frantically looking for it.

  18. inquirercet
    October 22, 2015

    They should stop making non smartphone related products. I can understand the routers but a water tester and luggage is really pushing it. Just concentrate on what the company does best.

    • provokanter Tabellenführer
      October 23, 2015

      You mean delayed and restrictive offerings as well as faked sales figures?

  19. bojan radovanovic
    October 22, 2015

    Xiaomi’s only way back to top, could be if they change all Mi4i to Mi4c, for all buyers they have froa, because no one who is cheated with Mi4i “flagship” name won’t EVER again think to buy something from Xiaomi

  20. quodvadis
    October 22, 2015

    Victory of SD Slot, die in a ditch you slotless “flagships”.

  21. Angry Mobile Nerd
    October 23, 2015

    Not surprised, Xiaomi totally dropped the ball this year. Correct me if I’m wrong but they *still* haven’t launched a phone with a finger print scanner, right? We also saw a lot of companies transitioning to metal bodies this year where as Xiaomi is still pushing plastic polycarbonate backed phones on customers as if Apple launched the iPhone 5c yesterday. And the Mi5 is totally MIA. Actually maybe they lost their ball and are frantically looking for it.

  22. Young
    October 23, 2015

    I can’t waste my money on costly Huawei product.

    Xiaomi will bonce back.

    • Acer_Predator
      October 25, 2015

      Huawei prices goes down fast

  23. Faux-News
    October 23, 2015

    Meizu took away sales from Xiaomi 😀

  24. quodvadis
    October 23, 2015

    Victory of SD Slot, die in a ditch you slotless “flagships”.

  25. Young
    October 23, 2015

    I can’t waste my money on costly Huawei product.

    Xiaomi will bonce back.

  26. Faux-News
    October 23, 2015

    Meizu took away sales from Xiaomi 😀

  27. Acer_Predator
    October 25, 2015

    Huawei DA BEST