Xiaomi Corp’s MIX 4 5G smartphones are displayed at the company’s store in downtown Beijing on September 8, 2021. The company has denied allegations that users of its smartphones are being censored. Photo: Simon Song
Xiaomi Corp’s MIX 4 5G smartphones are displayed at the company’s store in downtown Beijing on September 8, 2021. The company has denied allegations that users of its smartphones are being censored. Photo: Simon Song
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Xiaomi censorship allegations may cloud its global ambitions, other Chinese smartphone vendors’ expansion plans

  • Germany has started investigating Xiaomi’s smartphones, following Lithuania’s findings about the censorship capabilities of the firm’s devices
  • The stakes are high for Xiaomi, which aims to become the world’s largest smartphone vendor in three years

Xiaomi Corp’s MIX 4 5G smartphones are displayed at the company’s store in downtown Beijing on September 8, 2021. The company has denied allegations that users of its smartphones are being censored. Photo: Simon Song
Xiaomi Corp’s MIX 4 5G smartphones are displayed at the company’s store in downtown Beijing on September 8, 2021. The company has denied allegations that users of its smartphones are being censored. Photo: Simon Song
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