In China mobile phone B2C market, Jingdong, Tmall, Suning, Yihaodian and Dangdang accounted for over 90% of market share by sales volume in Q3 2014. Sales volume of Jingdong and Tmall combined accounted for over 80% market share; and Jingdong accounted for 53%.
As China’s biggest online shopping day, Double 11 is very much expected for by both online retailers and consumers. It started from midnight and the total sales on Tmall exceeded 1 billion yuan in just three minutes.
Xiaomi’s net profit nearly doubled last year according to a confidential document viewed by The Wall Street Journal.
From the beginning of 2014, China smartphone manufacturers’ shipment volume are dramatically increasing, including Xiaomi, Lenovo and Huawei. Strategy Analytics’ latest data shows the total shipment of China’s smartphone manufacturers account for 38% of global total, surpassing combined total of Samsung and Apple.
Meizu, Mi and Smartisan are popular local smartphone brands in China. Yet, different city tiers in China may have a preference toward different smartphone brands. According to a research from Umeng between June and August this year, major users in first and second tier cities favor local mobile phone brands.
Samsung leads China’s smartphone market (23%) by total sales volume, followed by Xiaomi (21%) and iPhone (16%) during a five-month period ended in May 2014, reported by Kantar Worldpanel.
Xiaomi held annual products conference today in Beijing; Xiaomi co-founder and CEO Lei Jun shared its mobile device sales results and released new products including new smartphone Mi4, and smart bracelet tracking movement and sleep.
1.3 million smartphones, nearly 4.8 million pieces of accessories, all sold out in 12 hours. At 22:00 on 8th April 2014, Xiaomi’s total transaction amount in the latest round of “Mi Fan Festival” came to a halt at 1.5 billion yuan (USD 243.35 million), setting a new domestic record for single-day transaction amount in independent […]
On April 22, 2014, Xiaomi changed its domain name xiaomi.com to mi.com, the original domain name will redirect to mi.com. Except for changing a new domain, Xiaomi’s website redesigned to highlight e-commerce and its seven main products.
iResearch data showed that China mobile phones online sales volume reached 42.8 million and online sales hit 66.39 billion yuan (USD 10.74 billion) in 2013, with over 40% YoY increase. Mobile sale peaked during Double 11 promotion, sold out 4.48 million on November 11, 2013. Many mobile phone manufacturers laid emphasis on online channels, at […]
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced Xiaomi’s performance in 2013 on January 2, 2014. In Lei Jun’s email to staff, he revealed Xiaomi sold out 18.7 million smartphones in 2013, increasing 160%. Xiaomi’s revenue (including tax) reached 31.6 billion yuan (USD 5.18 billion), growing 150% in 2013. In December alone, Xiaomi sold 32.25 million mobile phones, […]
Xiaomi, claiming as Apple of China, has been extremely successful after three years of set up. By the end of September 2013, Xiaomi 2 (including 2A/2S) sold out 10 million in 11 months. MIUI users surpassed 20 million. It is expected to sell over 18 million smartphones in 2013, and the estimated sales will be […]
Samsung still occupied the top 5 mobile devices in China market in October 2013. HTC jumped to sixth with T328, which was the biggest surprise. HTC One ranked the 18th, climbing up a little bit. Xiaomi had four types of mobile devices in top 15, continuing its excellent performance in China market. Besides, MX2, Google […]
According to d.cn report, Samsung topped in total android devices sold in August 2013. Top 7 android devices were all Samsung. However, there were 4 Xiaomi devices that ranked in the top 20. Besides, Huawei and Meizu were also on the list. Nexus 7 , a Google tablet, ranked the 20th, which showed users recognition […]