Mi3 has no memory card slot and not removable battery. They had already announced Mi3s, but not sure need wait how long to have version for Singapore market.I bought a Redmi a couple of months ago and will be getting another Mi3. So what do you think?
The South Koreans should care... a lot... Samsung accounts for 20% of that country's GDP.Personally.... I don't care who take who down... I buy phone for its operating system (in my case... Android)... not so much who made the phone. If small/big/middle/fried rice could produce a good looking phone at affordable price... I'll gladly dump whichever phone maker I've using till now....
Tell that to Samsung hahaPls lor. Xiaomi is considered a small fry in Samsung's eyes Samsung does not depend on phones for survival. They made whole lot of products in the market. And xiaomi is only famous in china. There is the whole world out there, without china.
http://gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/news/xiaomi-says-its-smartphones-do-not-secretly-upload-photos-text-messages-568279With the reports about the Xiaomi phone (Redmi Note) talking to its "masters' in the Chinese government I have my doubts whether this thingy will take off elsewhere in the global market. In Europe or US it is pretty much unsellable with this feature. I wouldn't be surprised to see this in other models as well.
That's the same level as all those reports describing the "calling home" function: imprecise, shallow, rather marketing than facts.