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But the other fact that I don't like is supporting chinese products. These guys are manipulators and taken the whole world by killing the market at their own expense in the beginning. The tech is not from them initially, they focused on copying every other tech since all the major tech factories are based in china. Now they are emerging as the japanese in the 80's , 90's and 2k's only that they did not earn or acquire the discipline by themselves. Its other peoples work put together and sold at a cheap price with mass productions. So no, I'll stick to my samsung's and Sony's though they cost a bit more. Even kung fu doesn't belong to them enough said.
I use MIUI only because of the outstanding edge gesture control. They did so well with these. I never want to go back to buttons. Once Android P releases with well working gestures I will switch to stock though.
Xiaomi has absolutely terrible support.
The official forums is infested with raging Indians closing proper bug reports with random reasons depending on their day.
There is a bug in a couple of Redmi devices that stops almost all sensors and hardware accelerated functions (e.g video playback) but they've been hiding bug reports and force closing them.
Purchased a 10,000 MAH powerbank from xiaomi. Within a day or two it stopped working. By curiosity i had the power bank opened. Guess what i found inside!!? Inside it read 8,000 MAH and that too from an unknown manufacturer. Thats one of the ways they are cashing in big time 💰.. i wasnt shocked. But now i have a different perspective about Chinese brands (scams)
I like the atmosphere of electronic market very much too. You can always walk, talk with coneccers, have a nice time. For me it is also such a pity, that all selling goes to internet, and the live - markets are doomed to die out.
Great info. I am a user of mi phone from India. And their mobiles hardware quality is pegged at 80% of best ones and their software quality is a tad low at 70% of the best ones. But when you compare it for 'value for money' proposition, it beats up everything there in the market!!!
And they are growing day by day learning fast. Updates too are quite frequent.
how on earth did Huawei get to west before Xiaomi? Xiaomi too firm in their no distributors may have cost them the number 3 spot.
Seagull watch has similar issue trying to sell their own brand watches in N.America...
I have been using xiaomi for quite sometime now, but don't actually feel proud at all having this chinese lower cost pirated/carbon copy of samsung galaxies (apple notch soon?). The only reason I am still using it is due to the aformentioned lower cost and me not having much money to afford "the originals" at the moment.
Only thing I don't like about Xiaomi is that I cannot use Google as my main account. It keeps trying to get me to use Mi Cloud and other Mi sync apps. All my stuff is in Google so do not want to start syncing to another provider. Other than that very happy with Mi Max 2
Xiaomi makes amazing products that people really love here in Europe. Problems are the warranty issues when they import stuff, the import itself with long waiting times and taxes and the manuals and software which were not or just poorly translated. If Xiaomi manages to get those things right without increasing the prices to heavily they will have a massive success in Europe.
They have low profit because they're honest. Their products are the best when it comes to Price/Quality. A 400$ phone from Xiaomi competes whit a S9+ from Samsung. This is what I call a good deal. Also, their new gaming laptop may not have the best specs on the market, but compared to bullshits from asus and msi, it actually have good cooling so the CPU and GPU won't downclock and you will be pleased with the gaming performance. They're so underrated because of the brands that don't deserve their profit because they sell products for 3x their cost.
I'm a huge fan of Xiaomi products, my first buy was a 10400mAh power bank which was cheaper than powerbanks with half of the capacity at the time, I then bought a bluetooth speaker that still impresses me today by it's sound and build quality, I then bought a Redmi Note 4 that I really love, great specs for a lower price point, I also have a Xiaomi wifi repeater that works really well for less than 7€.
Xiaomi has really high quality products with affordable prices, I hope that they keep at that way and don't start cutting corners in the future.
xiaomi sounds like it's great, but I'll stick to huawei for now, as they're currently the best on the market with the mate 10 pro. oneplus 6 is also very nice but doesn't fit my taste, as it may have awesome hardware but it's not optimized towards it's software. i guess my next phone in one or two years will be a xiaomi.
Low cost is because:
1 in China all these smartphone makers keep 0 inventory. Chinese people buy everything online even furniture, they produce phone when they receive order that is why they pre-sell new models to make a buffer.
2 xiaomi use profits to support startup none of mijia product or smart home devices are owned by xiaomi, they invest them and embed them into they ecosystem
3 they don’t expect to earn money from their hardware but their ecosystem
I like their laptops, using latest Intel and Nvidia processors, hopefully they'll start using AMD/Radeon products soon too as they get more popular. I am worried about the human aspect of the fast progressing autonomous manufacturing machine business.
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