The CEO said that Xiaomi does not collect any data that the user has 'not explicitly given permission or consent to.'
NavIC is designed to provide accurate positioning in India and 1,500km around the Indian mainland.
The impact of such a boycott, which lacks the necessary fangs to go for the kill, may not be realistic
What are Xiaomi's plans for the country? Will we see new feature phones? Manu Kumar Jain bares all!
Xiaomi doubles down on Make in India, announces opening of 4 new plants and the possibility of creating 50,000 new jobs
The Xiaomi summit was attended by over 50 global smartphone component suppliers, with the aim of helping them set up local manufacturing units in India.
Xiaomi opens 25th Mi Home and the first Mi Home Experience store in Chennai to display products yet to be launched in India
Water purifiers, robot vacuum cleaners and hoverboards are few of the products which are not launched in India displayed at the Xiaomi Mi Experience Store.
Xiaomi MD hints at plans for bringing in-house internet services to India, replicating its Chinese business model
It took Xiaomi over 7 years to establish itself as an internet company in China. The company has only been here three years.
Xiaomi strengthens its service infrastructure in India, launches its 500th service centre in the country
Strengthening its after sales services in the country, Xiaomi recently opened its 500th service centre in the country. The company claims to have doubled the number of service centres from 225 at the beginning of the year, within six months.
After Bengaluru, Xiaomi has planned to open retail stores in the cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai.
Xiaomi will be officially opening its first ever Mi Home in India as the company has sent out media invites for the launch in Bengaluru.
Xiaomi has become the most preferred smartphone upgrade choice for Indian consumers in 2017, beating popular brands like Samsung and Apple, market research firm Strategy Analytics said on Friday.
A look at Chinese smartphone player Xiaomi's current portfolio in India reveals that about 90 percent of its sales are from online channels, while less than 10 percent is offline.
Chinese mobile handset manufacturer Xiaomi is likely to soon procure licence to operate its own branded outlets in India, as part of its effort to increase its offline distribution in coming years, company's top executive said here today.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has crossed the $1bn revenue mark in India in 2016, which translates to around Rs 7,000 cr.
Manu Jain, the India chief at Xiaomi has taken to Twitter to announce its new milestone - surpassing 2 million smartphone sales in Q3 2016.
Chinese tech major Xiaomi on Monday said its smartphone sales in India have grown by 72 per cent in the last two years.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, which presently registers 90 percent of its sales from online channel in India, is planning to double offline presence over the next few months.
Xiaomi Mi India on Monday announced its partnership with Foxconn's subsidiary distributor arm Innocomm and Just Buy Live to expand its offline distribution network to more than 5,000 outlets in the country.