New Xiaomi Devices Leaked; First Crowdfunded Products Now Available For Sale!

The latest Canalys report shows that Xiaomi has experienced more than 999% increase in its market share in Europe.


New Xiaomi Devices Leaked

After a huge success in India and some of the top Asian markets, Xiaomi has been rapidly expanding in some of the largest global markets like Europe, US and Russia.

The latest Canalys report shows that Xiaomi has experienced more than 999% increase in its market share in Europe. In the last quarter, the Chinese company has shipped over 2.4 million units in the continent and currently holds a 5.3 percent market share.

Reportedly, the company will keep expanding in the European market. As per the leak, Xiaomi will launch Mi 7 Lite, Redmi Note 6, Redmi 6 Series and a bunch of Mi handsets in Europe.


New Xiaomi Devices Leaked

A Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) certificate has been leaked, which has been issued to Xiaomi. The EEC certificate will be valid until December 31, 2023. The certificate has revealed the device lineup that Xiaomi is planning to launch in Europe in the coming years.

The certificate includes Xiaomi and Mi devices like Mi 7 Lite, Mi S1, Mi S2, Mi S3, Redmi S1, Redmi S2, Redmi S3, Mi MIX 2S, Mi MIX 3 and Mi MIX 3S. Interestingly, the certification also revealed that the company will launch Redmi Note 6, Redmi Note 6A Prime, Redmi Note 6 Prime in the country beside Redmi 6 Plus, Redmi 6A Plus, Mi A1 (Mi 5X) and Mi A2 (Mi 6X).

The list includes some devices which has already launched and some are yet to arrive. Redmi S series already exists as the company recently launched its dual-lensed Redmi S2 smartphone in China.

Redmi Note 6 & Growing European Market For Xiaomi

The list also includes Redmi Note 6 and its new lineup. The company launched Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro a few months back, and the Note 5 successor is expected to launch by the end of this year. Redmi Note 6 is expected to come with a full-screen display, Snapdragon 636, dual cameras, 4100 mAh battery and more.

Xiaomi has done exceptionally well in the European market and has experienced a 999% increase in its market share. The company has shipped over 2.4 million smartphones in the last quarter and currently holds a 5.3 percent market share in Europe.

Xiaomi Launches Their First Crowdfunded Products In India

After unveiling its very first Crowdfunding program in India, the Chinese company has launched its first crowdfunded Mi Bluetooth Audio Receiver and Mi Selfie Stick Tripod in the country.

Xiaomi initially listed two products under its crowdfunding program in India. Xiaomi has announced on its Twitter handle that the Mi Crowdfunding campaign has been successful and the crowdfunded products will be available officially in the country via Mi India website.

Mi Bluetooth Audio Receiver

Xiaomi's Bluetooth Audio Receiver
Xiaomi’s Bluetooth Audio Receiver

The first crowdfunded product being the Mi Bluetooth Audio Receiver, it will cost Rs 999. The audio receiver is used to receive wireless music with a single key function. The device can help to play music and answer calls hands-free. The device has a Bluetooth v4.2 connectivity with a headphone amplifier chip.

The Mi Bluetooth Audio Receiver comes in a single white colour variant with a 97 mAh battery capacity and can run for up to 4 to 5 hours of playback on a single charge. It has a 3.5mm audio jack and can be connected with up to two handsets.

Mi Selfie Stick Tripod

Xiaomi's Selfie Stick Tripod
Xiaomi’s Selfie Stick Tripod

The second crowdfunded product is Mi Selfie Stick Tripod, and it will cost Rs 1,099. The Mi selfie stick can be doubled as a tripod which comes with a Bluetooth-powered remote. It comes with Bluetooth v3.0 connectivity and supports all smartphones running Android KitKat 4.3 or higher and iOS 5.0 or higher.

The Mi Selfie Stick Tripod comes in a single black colour variant with a 360 degree rotate feature and an auto-adjustable grip to accommodate any smartphone irrespective of the screen size.

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