Xiaomi expected to ship 15 million Mi Note phablets this year
Hot on the heels of selling 61.5 million smartphones last year, Xiaomi (which means “little rice” in China) is expected to fare even better this year. The company’s recently-announced Mi Note and Mi Note Pro smartphones will sell like water, analysts believe.
Chartered analyst KGI Investment Advisor predicts that Xiaomi will successfully ship about 15 million units of the flagships by the end of this year, with a great deal of this number flying off the shelves between March and May this year.
This comes as no surprise as both smartphones are priced under a great specs-to-price margin. The Xiaomi Mi Note for example is going to be available at $351 despite having a 5.7″ 1080p display, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 801 chipset. These figures show that Xiaomi is ready for business and it will take a lot of things to stop the Chinese company from attaining new heights this session.
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