This is exhilarating! Xiaomi Mi-Two, the China’s smartphone rising star, makes an appearance at the world’s largest electronic show. Demand for Xiaomi Mi-Two is superficially huge in China, and supply was said to have encountered difficulty due to extreme demand for Qualcomm’s 28-nm chips. Although Xiaomi has yet to fulfill the Chinese market, the company seems to have turned on its radar in the west at this year Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, and there’s no doubt it’s in the pipeline. Previously, Xiaomi is also linked to rumor of bringing its phone to Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore.
Update: Thanks to Qualcomm, OPPO Find 5 also presents at the show along with Xiaomi Mi-Two and other Qualcomm-powered smartphones at Qualcomm’s booth. Actually, Oppo has already confirmed the U.S. availability over AT&T and T-Mobile networks as well as a huge list of the other countries as part of the international availability at the end of last year. OPPO is said to offer unlocked and contract-free version of OPPO Find 5 over in US, where the 16GB is priced at $499 and the 32GB version is $569. Seems like Meizu is the only one who is missing.
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