A week ago, Chinese Android phone maker Xiaomi announced the Mi-Two - the first phone to have a Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset with a quad-core Krait processor and Adreno 320 GPU. At the same event, Xiaomi announced the Mi-One S, an updated version of its original smartphone that sold 3.5 million units.
The S4 Pro chipset stole the spotlight, but the Mi-One S phone turned out to be a star of its own. Check this out - here's the tweet announcing that Mi-One S sales are live, it's time stamped 7:18PM.
At 8:06PM, less than an hour later comes this tweet:
Xiaomi manufactures its phones in batches and releases them on its site as soon as they are ready. The first batch of 200,000 phones went in less than half an hour. That's not the end of it either - there are 1.1 million more Mi-One S phones pre-ordered.
In case you're wondering what's the big deal with the Mi-One S, it's nearly identical to the original phone but it's dual-core Snapdragon S3 chipset had its CPU overclocked to 1.7GHz. The best feature is its price though - RMB 1,499 ($235, €190).
Note that Xiaomi phones are only sold in mainland China, though the company is interested in bringing them to other markets in the future.
lenovo (china) has also released its quad core 5inch display android 4.0 running smart phone for only 344 us dollars look this http://sevencolourgossips.wordpress.com/2012/08/28/lenovo-k860-music-phone-for-around-2188-yuan-that-is-344-in-chinaonly-20...
please sell all country immediately
Nothing to afraid / surprise from Chinese products but be alert on the buying power of Chinese peoples . That's how their companies grown in a second , that's how their company say a loud to the world : Who Am I !