NACSA had the privilege to invite Wang Huang (黄汪), founder and CEO of HuaMi (华米科技) to introduce Mi Band (小米手环).

NACSA had the privilege to invite Wang Huang (黄汪), founder and CEO of HuaMi (华米科技) to introduce Mi Band (小米手环).

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NACSA had the privilege to invite Wang Huang (黄汪), founder and CEO of HuaMi (华米科技) to introduce Mi Band (小米手环).

9/26/2014

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Xiaomi is the rising star of the smart phone industry. Founded in 2010, the company has already started to outsell Samsung in terms of number of smartphones sold in China. It had 5.3 percent of the global market in the third quarter of 2014, according to IDC (International Data Corporation). It ranks number 4, following Samsung, Apple and Lenovo. Fueled by its huge success in China, Xiaomi has set its sights on the big emerging markets. It’s already started selling in India and plans to push into Indonesia as well as parts of Latin America.

In September 2014, Xiaomi has launched a fitness tracker called the Mi Band joining in the fast-growing smart wearable market. Mi Band is a basic pedometer / sleep tracker that can be connected via Bluetooth to a smartphone.

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American Medicine And Technology Association

 

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