Chinese Apple Xiaomi Banned In India

Xiaomi Mi 3The Apple of China or to say a company that copies Apple in every form and is highly popular in China, Xiaomi has been banned from selling phones in India. Due to a patent infringement issue, the Delhi High Court has asked Xiaomi and its retail partner – Flipkart to stop selling the device in India until February 5th. The patent infringement case against Xiaomi has been filed by Ericsson and until the issue is cleared, Xiaomi cannot sell its cheap iPhone like devices in the country. Read More

40,000 Xiaomi Redmi 1S Sold In 4 Seconds (India)

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Blooming Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi have recently been quite popular in India, with phones that satisfy customers’ needs at a substantially low price tag, and the Redmi 1S is the same, costing only $99 (6,000 Indian Rupees). The device was available for pre-registration a few days ago and finally hit the market yesterday, selling out in a little over 4 Seconds with 40,000 units sold. Read More

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Xiaomi Redmi 1S Sold Out In India, Use BuyHatke

buyhatkeWith hundreds of thousands of people purchasing devices online, and companies like Xiaomi selling out their stock within seconds, it is no secret that it becomes very difficult to snap up that one phone you wanted. Enter, BuyHatke. BuyHatke is a Bangalore-based startup and offers price comparisons and information on products you might want to buy. What it also does is run as an extension to Google Chrome, working with FlipKart, Amazon, and over 70 other online sellers. Read More