If you are still skeptical about Xiaomi, if you still doubt whether it is “reputable” or not, if it you are one of those people chasing after “big brands” then here is something you should hear. Xiaomi’s influence is growing more and more worldwide and the same is the case in Kenya.
In a very short time the Chinese electronics company founded in April 2010 has done wonders. A new study indicates that the brand is growing even more. As at now it has surpassed Huawei, which suffers with each passing day because of the US commercial blockade.
The study’s report points out that Xiaomi won by half a million more smartphones sold in Q4 of 2019. As you can see Huawei sold a total of 5.5 million against Xiaomi’s 6 million.
In first position is Samsung with 18.2 million and Apple is right behind selling 10.2 million devices in the second month of 2020. However, Xiaomi and Huawei showed huge drops in relation to January 2020 probably due to the epidemic COVID-19. These numbers will clearly show after the norm subsides. And we pray it does soon because the harm it is has caused thus far is already severe. In the meantime you might want to check out Xiaomi smartphones available in Kenya by following this link.
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