Xiaomi has reached a significant milestone. The corporate has announced that 500 million individuals now use MIUI, the corporate’s UI that comes pre-installed on Xiaomi smartphones and tablets.
Xiaomi introduced that 500 million individuals now use its units with MIUI
This has been introduced on Weibo by each Xiaomi and MIUI channels, each of that are official. This can be a main success for an organization that was based in 2010. It’s significantly youthful than many different tech firms out there.
Xiaomi’s development has been immense, and it has solely been boosted by Huawei’s US ban. Together with asserting that 500 million individuals now use its units with MIUI, the corporate additionally shared a few of its different milestones from previous years.
Again in August 2015, the corporate introduced that 100 million customers are utilizing MIUI. That quantity grew to 200 million in June 2018, whereas it jumped to 300 million in October 2019.
It took the corporate roughly 11 years to achieve 500 million customers
It took the corporate a little bit bit over a yr to achieve 400 million customers, as that occurred in January 2021. The expansion from 400 to 500 million was unimaginable, because it took round 10 months, Xiaomi reached that quantity on November 22, so a few days in the past.
Xiaomi remains to be rising, quick. The corporate is respiratory down Apple’s neck, globally, and will relegate the Cupertino big to a 3rd place within the pecking order fairly quickly. Samsung remains to be far forward, however Xiaomi has massive plans in that regard as nicely. The corporate is planning to change into the world’s primary smartphone OEM in a few years.
Xiaomi did announce some compelling units this yr, however the world remains to be ready for the corporate’s first foldable handset. Xiaomi was rumored to announce two of these this yr, however that didn’t occur, at the least not but.
The Xiaomi 12 collection is predicted to change into official earlier than the top of the yr, although. These telephones will doubtless change into the primary official units with Qualcomm’s next-gen flagship SoC. That processor will probably be known as the Snapdragon 8 Gen1, judging by the rumors.