Xiaomi President, Lin Bin said on Weibo that there are still many aspects of Xiaomi that needs serious improvements and this obviously includes its poor stocking which is the main topic for discussion presently. Lin Bin said that Xiaomi’s internal processes and management lack a bit of experience thus from this weekend, he will commence the internal training for the supervisors to learn and communicate. Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, mentioned that Xiaomi has entered the second stage of entrepreneurship and has comprehensively improved systemic management capabilities and enhanced cadres’ individual abilities.
Lei Jun had earlier explained that the low yield of the Xiaomi Mi 9 camera module partly contributes to its unavailability. In order to increase the production capacity, Lei Jun also announced the addition of BYD for the production of Xiaomi Mi 9. The first batch of Xiaomi 9 products produced by BYD was officially launched, ahead of schedule.
The Xiaomi Mi 9 had a tough start after it was barely available for purchase. The first official sales lasted for only 53 seconds and this irritated a lot of Mi fans. Since then, Xiaomi has shown efforts to make this smartphone available by activating two-weekend sales which did not make much impact. The next round of sale for the Xiaomi Mi 9 is at 10:00 am on March 5, and the starting price remains 2,999 yuan ($447) for the 6GB+128GB version.