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Huawei vs Xiaomi: A Comprehensive Smartphone Brand Comparison

To decide which one is better, various metrics including units sold, market share, valuation, and revenue need to be taken into consideration.

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by David Adubiina
Huawei vs Xiaomi: A Comprehensive Smartphone Brand Comparison
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Huawei and Xiaomi are two Chinese smartphone brands that are slowly catching up with their Western counterparts such as Apple and Samsung. 

For instance, Huawei and Xiaomi have been showing off lately, releasing top-quality smartphones one after the other. Smartphones like Huawei P50 Pro and Nova Y90 have been challenged by Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 11 and 13T pro in terms of camera and supercharging technology.

To decide which one is better, you will learn about the comparison of both brand's financial strengths and market positions taking into account various metrics including units sold, market share, valuation, and revenue in this infographic.

History

  • Huawei 

Huawei is a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei. It is headquartered in Shenzhen, China, and wholly owned by its employees.

In July 2003, Huawei established its handset department and by 2004, introduced its first phone, the C300. Presently, it has expanded into the consumer electronics market, becoming one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturers.

  • Xiaomi 

Xiaomi is a Chinese designer and manufacturer of consumer electronics and related software, home appliances, automobiles, and household hardware headquartered in Beijing, China.

Established in 2010 by Lei Jun, Xiaomi quickly gained prominence for its high-quality yet affordable smartphones. With contributions from 31 investors including Sprint VC and Morgan Stanley amongst other investors, it adopted an online-first approach and leveraged social media to build a strong brand presence.

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by David Adubiina

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