Xiaomi's smartphone shipments to Chinese consumers fell by a third in the September quarter.
Vice president Wang Lingming was dismissed for violating Article 44 of China’s public safety law
The new Smart TV models unveiled by Xiaomi also feature the company's new Patchwall 2.0 interface.
Xiaomi is expected to launch several new updated models to its existing Mi TV lineup on 23 April.
Xiaomi's latest flagship, the Mi 9 series is set to launch on the same day as Samsung's Galaxy S10.
The 75-inch TV surprisingly comes with lesser internal specs when compared to the 55-inch model.
No word yet on whether either of the two new variants of the Mi 8 are being brought to India.
The Mi Mouse Pad has been priced at CNY 49 while the Mi Smart Mouse Pad comes in at CNY 259.
The Redmi 6 Pro is going to priced at CNY 999 which is approximately Rs 10,000.
If the Redmi 6 Pro has a 19:9 aspect ratio, then most certainly the phone will have a notch.
The promise comes as Xiaomi is looking to market its internet services business to investors ahead of an IPO that could potentially value the smartphone maker at $100 billion.
Xiaomi has not announced any details about that the product could be but the teasers on Weibo hint that it will be a camera-based product.
Xiaomi recently launched the successor to the Redmi 4A, aptly christened as the Redmi 5A, so we guess the waiting period for these metal-clad Redmi 5 and 5 Plus smartphones will not be too long.
The camera is limited to the Chinese market as most Xiaomi products and there is no word on availability in India.
The images have surfaced before the 26 July launch which is to be held in the Beijing National Convention Center.
MIUI 9 here refers to the MIUI 9 China ROM, Xiaomi has not shared details about the launch of MIUI 9 International ROM.
Xiaomi's new headset is called the Mi VR Play 2 is priced at $14 and comes with minor improvements over the previous model.
Sharp drops in smartphone sales for China's Xiaomi Inc will not have a major impact on the company as profit growth will be driven by sales from smart home devices
Xiaomi appears to be making a killing by selling a number of smartphones and breaking sales records, but the consumer in India today has one too many choices.