Anonymous, 06 Nov 2017Of course not. What are the chances all these people even at the official forum are making th... moreThe defect ratio is small compared to the sales volume. And I have an account on my.com and I read their forums. Your nose will grow Maybe you were unlucky if you owned an anonymous Xiaomi with problems.
I have used two Redmi Note phones. Both did awesome jobs. Now waiting for Redmi Note 5. Xiaomi did a great service to India by offering smartphones with high-end specs at a cheap price. People saved money by buying these phones and were not left behind in technology at the same time.
Been using Samsung for many years, changed to Xiaomi RN3 2 years ago. Never had any issue, battery life easily last 2 days due to the 4000mAh size. Affordable doesn't mean poor quality. Ain't surprised it is setting new record sales.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2017You haven't used one right? It's pretty bad attempt at trollingOf course not. What are the chances all these people even at the official forum are making these problems up? It makes no sense to ignore all this and buy a Xiaomi anyway just to make sure there really are problems.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2017This brand is way too overrated. On paper phones are great for the money, but when you dig dee... moreOnly Indian its selling well. Other countries are still skeptical about this company that offer high specifications on low quality product.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2017You haven't used one right? It's pretty bad attempt at trollingSays the anonymous troll.
This brand is way too overrated. On paper phones are great for the money, but when you dig deeper, turns out all of them are plagued by hardware and software bugs.
Unreliable GPS, weak network reception, bad sound when recording video, hissing sound through headphones and whatnot...