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Xiaomi seeks to gain ground in the battle for consumer living rooms with its artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) initiative.
The Xiaomi M9 will feature Qualcomm’s latest processor Snapdragon 855 and comes with three cameras in the back.
Chinese companies, including Huawei, Oppo, and Xiaomi, are challenging the dominance of established phone manufacturing giants in overseas markets.
Mi Pay allows users to make payment via multiple options such as UPI, credit cards, debit cards, and internet banking.
Competition is picking up as the smartphone market slows and companies launch new sub-brands.
Chinese consumers rallied to support one of their country’s tech behemoths.
The startup also sued Tencent for patent infringement, demanding RMB 80 million for using patented technology in Tencent’s mapping service.