- Xiaomi announced forming a global strategic alliance that will bring smartphones, IoT and other Xiaomi products to telecom and retail divisions of CK Hutchison Group.
- The company partners with hundreds of Chinese companies to offer smart Xiaomi products like fit bands, shoes, robot vacuum cleaners, bag packs, luggage, screwdriver sets.
- Xiaomi’s smartphones grab all the attention but over the years the company rolls out many Xiaomi products that contribute to a better lifestyle.
- Xiaomi smart home products are marketed under Mija sub-brand.
Here is the story of Jimmy who is a fan of Xiaomi products. From smartphone to watch, backpack and home security, Jimmy strongly recommends Xiaomi products because of their technological advancements in various day to day articles.
Jimmy is a young working professional who has just reached his home. While he enters the main door, an automated voice celebrates his homecoming. Without reaching the switches, lights adjust according to the time and his mood.
He’s a busy man and he hardly gets time to mop the floor. But still, his house is neat and clean. All thanks to the Xiaomi product Mi Robot Vacuum Cleaner (a 360-degree view of your house and algorithm that tracks the most efficient route of cleaning).
He is sitting on the couch with a Xiaomi smartphone as he checks up what is going around him. Suddenly he jumps in awe as his smart TV pops up with his favorite show that he almost forgot to see another Xiaomi products that made Jimmy’s life easy going.
While he was busy watching the show, he was fidgeting with his smartwatch that was telling him about all his foot activity, excitement level (and time). As soon as Jimmy takes off his shoes, his smartwatch beeps with a notification about all his foot activities during the day.
MI Band and Mija Smart shoes both Xiaomi products are able to connect with each other and keep track of Jimmy’s foot activities ranging from running, walking and jogging to climbing stairs, heartbeat, pulses and a plethora of other activities a smartwatch is capable to do.
The lighting of Jimmy’s home is rightly and intelligently set up by him. In-home lighting, Xiaomi products come as Yeelight LED bulbs that are not only cost-saving but one single bulb can change shades of light. With Yeelight App, Jimmy controls lighting through his smartphone (smart Jimmy!).
He was so tired that he almost slept while watching TV. Suddenly his phone rings up with a reminder to lock the doors before going to sleep. Irritated Jimmy gets up and stamps towards the door to lock it while he notices that his smart home security kit was reminding him to lock the doors and windows.
Xiaomi products are present in home automation systems as well. Which is why Jimmy was reminded to shut doors and windows. For some time, Jimmy was irritated but soon he realized that those alarms were for his own good. Now Jimmy can have a good night’s sleep knowing his house is all locked.
Xiaomi products are also taking care of Jimmy’s health. Before he goes to sleep, he makes sure to get analyzed by MI Body Composition Scale that evaluates body fat and water %, bone density, metabolic age, muscle quality and mass and much more.
Isn’t Jimmy’s lifestyle cool (and better?). Its because he is not only using a Xiaomi smartphone but also a range of products that contributes towards living a better lifestyle. Xiaomi has perfectly blended technology in lifestyle and it’s coming up with a variety of products. You can also be as smart as Jimmy if you blend technology in your daily lifestyle.
While the company is ahead of time in some countries, some have welcomed its products with high spirits. China, the hometown of Xiaomi is its favorite market. While Xiaomi entered the Indian market in 2014 with the smartphone range, it is yet to create a hype of its other products.
But the day Xiaomi does that, it will definitely give a tough run to its competitors. All in all, the future of technology, gadgets seem to be bright and Xiaomi happens to take full advantage of both these things.
The company is going one step further in China by enabling voice recognition across its diverse range of offerings. The feature is limited to its home market for now and yet it has managed to sell over 10 million voice-enabled products.
The manufacturer has also stated that Chinese users can talk to the voice-enables remote or the AI speakers to issue commands to control their smart home products. No doubt Lei Jun and his company are building an ecosystem of connected devices.
In 2019 Xiaomi was in Forb’s Global 500 list for 2019 and the company was also in the Top 5 Smartphone Brands of The Decade