Lei Jun, founder of Xiaomi, introduces a new smartphone in Beijing in 2013. Xiaomi’s internationalisation efforts since 2014 have resulted in it becoming the second-largest smartphone brand in India. Photo: Simon Song Lei Jun, founder of Xiaomi, introduces a new smartphone in Beijing in 2013. Xiaomi’s internationalisation efforts since 2014 have resulted in it becoming the second-largest smartphone brand in India. Photo: Simon Song
Lei Jun, founder of Xiaomi, introduces a new smartphone in Beijing in 2013. Xiaomi’s internationalisation efforts since 2014 have resulted in it becoming the second-largest smartphone brand in India. Photo: Simon Song

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Lei Jun, founder of Xiaomi, introduces a new smartphone in Beijing in 2013. Xiaomi’s internationalisation efforts since 2014 have resulted in it becoming the second-largest smartphone brand in India. Photo: Simon Song Lei Jun, founder of Xiaomi, introduces a new smartphone in Beijing in 2013. Xiaomi’s internationalisation efforts since 2014 have resulted in it becoming the second-largest smartphone brand in India. Photo: Simon Song
Lei Jun, founder of Xiaomi, introduces a new smartphone in Beijing in 2013. Xiaomi’s internationalisation efforts since 2014 have resulted in it becoming the second-largest smartphone brand in India. Photo: Simon Song
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