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Not too long ago, Xiaomi was being touted as Apple's biggest rival -- not only in China, but around the world. Now though, its star is waning, with the start-up phone maker failing to sell as many handsets as it hoped in 2015. It's not worrying the company's Vice President Hugo Barra though. He told CNN's Andrew Stevens Xiaomi is eyeing growth markets that are still virtually untapped.


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[Homework]2016-03-26&03-28 小米神奇不再 超越苹果三星可能性越来越小

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2015 was the second year in a row where XiaoMi finished the year as the NO1 smart phone brand in China. And perhaps more importantly, is the stuff that no one is talking about which is how is our mobile internet services business doing. XiaoMi is an internet company first formers. We use phones as a distribution vehicle for the software  and for the internet services that we layer on top of our soft pan form.
To get that gross in internet services, you still need to sell handsets.Are you too con* about the number of handsets that you are selling? So as for internet company of course we need users. we can deliver these services.There is room for growth in China and we are also investing preheavily* mareket, India in particular.India has just passed the US and is now the second largest smart phone population in the world,only behind China. There is a global slowing trend of smart phone sales growth.
Some people say that's because there is a lack of innovation,what do you say about it? So I have a contrary view on their poit.in that I actually think innovation in the smart phone industry is still accelerating.If you look for an example at the size of batteries. Batteries are shrinking still at a pretty fast pace.

What is going to be driving new consumers to buy smart phones? so what can drive me to upgrade my smart phone?So I think you are gonna continue to see improvements in space* technology in battery technology .A lot of the gross though is going to come from developing markets. Is the day or the year of the explosive growth in smart phone sales now over? Smart phone market in China,400 million a year. That's potentially close enough to sactuation that you could call that market of replacement circle now.South* , another close to billion people and its sales market at its beginning to make stages of growth.Alien* super* were still at about a hundred million smart phones a year sold. It would probably pick at three to four hundred a million.***  And in Africa,another billion people, it hasn't even started.So it going to be going forward much more developing world story than just as China story. Yeah,we got the rest of the world connectd.







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[Homework]2016-03-26&03-28 小米神奇不再 超越苹果三星可能性越来越小

2015 was the second year in a row where Xiaomi finished the year as the number one smartphone brand in China, and perhaps more importantly is the stuff that no one is talking about which is how is our mobile internet services business doing, Xiaomi is an internet company first and foremost, we use phones as a distribution vehicle for the software and for the internet services that we layer on top of our software platform.
To get that growth in internet services, you still need to be selling handsets.
Are you at all concerned though about the number of handsets that you are selling at the moment?
As an internet company of course we need users to whom we can deliver these services, there is room for growth in China, and we are also investing pretty heavily in other markets, India in particular, India has just passed the US and is now the second largest smartphone population in the world, only behind China.
There is a global slowing trend of smartphone sales growth, some people say that's because there is a lack of innovation, what do you say to that?
So I have a contrary view on that point, and that I actually think innovation in the smartphone industry is still accelerating, if you look for example at the size of batteries, batteries are shrinking still at a pretty fast pace.
Is that what's going to be driving new consumers to buy smartphones though? what's going to drive me to want to upgrade my smartphone?
I think you're going to continue to see improvements in display technology, in battery technology, a lot of the growth though is going to come from developing markets.
Is the day or the era of the explosive growth in smartphone sales now over?
Smartphone market in China, 400 million a year, that's potentially close enough to saturation that you could call that market a replacement cycle now. Southeast Asia, another close to billion people, and it's still a market at its beginning to mid stages of growth. India, still super early on, we're still at about 100 million smartphones a year sold, it would probably peak at 3-400 million, it's also at the early stages of growth. And in Africa, another billion people, it hasn't even started.
So it's more of going to be going forward much more a developing world story than just a China story.
We've got to get the rest of the world connected.

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[Homework]2016-03-26&03-28 小米神奇不再 超越苹果三星可能性越来越小

2015 was the year of the world that Xiaomi has finished the year as No. 1 brand in the market of China. And perhaps more importantly, is the staff we have just talked about which is our mobile internet service business doing. Xiaomi is an internet company first of all. We used phones as the distribution vehicles of software and for the services we layer on top of our software platform.To get growth in your software services, you still need to be selling handsets. How do you concern know the actual number of handset you are selling?
We are internet company of course we need users to whom we can deliver services. There is room of growth in China. And we are also heavily investing in other markets, India in particular. India has now just passed over the US and it's now the second largest smartphone market in the world just behind China. There is a global slowing trend in the smartphone sells growth. Some people say it is because a lag in the innovation. What do you say about that?
I have a contradictory view on that point. In that actually I think the innovation on the smartphone industry is still accelerating, if you look, for example at the size of the battery. The size of the battery is shrinking at pretty fast pace.
Is that going to drive new consumers to buy the smartphone? or what could drive me to want to upgrade my smartphone?
I expect you will continue to see the innovations on screen technology on the battery technology. A lot of the growth though is going to come from the developing market.
Is the day or the year the explosive sales of smartphone over?
The smartphone market in China, 400 million a year. It is potentially close to the saturation of the market and you can call the market replacement cycle now. Southeast Asia, another close to billion people, is still at its beginning to mid-stage of growth. India is still pretty early on. We sell about a hundred million smartphone a year. It will probably peak at three to four hundred million. It's on the early stage of growth. And in Africa, another one billion people, it has not even started.
So you are going forward much more in developing countries sorry than just the China story.
Yeah, we are going to get the rest of the world connected.

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homework--2015 was the second year in the role where xiaomi finished the year as the no.1 smartphone brand in China. And present more importantly, here is the stuff that now we are talking about, which is, how is our mobile internet services business doing. Xiaomi is an internet company first impormance. We use phones as a distribution vehicle for the software and for the internet services that we layer on top of our soft pumflarm. To get that growth in internet services, you still need to be selling handsets, are you talking ...about the number of handsets that you are selling? I thought as an internet company of cause we need users to home we can deliver these services. There room for growth in China and we are also investing in preheavily in another market, India in particular. India has just past the US, and it's now the second largest smart phone  population in the world. Only behind China. There is a global slowing trend of smart phone sells growth. Some people say that's because there is a lack of innovation. What do you say to that? So I have a contral view on that point. And that I actually think innovation in the smart phone industry is still accelerating. If you look for example at the size of batteries. Batteries are shrinking at a pretty fast pace. Is that what's going to be driving new consumers to buy smart phone, so is what gonna drive me  to want to upgrade me smart phone? I think you are gonna to continue to see improvements in display technology,in battery technology, a lot of growth though is going to come from developing markets. Is the day or the year of the explosive growth in smart phone sells now over? Smart phone market in China, 400 million a year, that's potentially cause enough to saturation that you could call that market replacement cycle now. South Asia another close to billion people and it's still market at it's beginning to make stage of growth. India so super early on and we are still at ...hundred million smart phones a year sold. It would probably pick at 3 to 400 million. So it's also early stage on growth. And in Africa, another billion people it hasn't even started. So it's more going to be going forward much more in developing world story than just in just China story. Yeah we got to get the rest of the world connected.
2015 was the second year in a row where Xiaomi finished year as number one smart phone brand in China, and perhaps more importantly is the stuiff that no one is taking about which is how is our mobile internet service business doing, Xiaomi is internet company first for most, we ues phones as distribution vehicle for softwork and for internet services that we layer on top of our software platform。

To get that growth in internet services, you still need to be selling hand-sets, Are you told concern know about the number of hand-sets you are selling at the moment.

It’s as an internet company of course we need users that we can delivery services. There is room for growth in China and we are also investing pretty heavliy in another markets, India in particularly, Iidia has just pasted the US and is now the second largest smart phone population in the world only behind the China.

There is a global slowing trend of smart phone sales growth. But some people say that’s because there is a lack of innovention, what do you say to that?

So I have contrary view on that point, in that I actully think innovention in smart phone industry is still accelerat, if you look for example at the sizes of batteries, batteries are shrinking, still at pretty fast pace.

Is that was going to be driving new consumers to buy smart phones ect, what’s gonna drive me to want to upgrade my smart phone?

So I think you’er gonna continue to see improvements, in display technology, battery technology, a lot of growth though is going come from the developing markets

Is the day or year of explosive growth in smart phone sale now over?

Smart phone in China 400 million a year, that’s potential close enough to saturation that you can call that market replacement cycle now. South Asain another close to billion people and its sale market at its beginning to mid stage of growth, India soon super early on, we still at about 100 million smart phones a year sold, yet it probably peak at three or four hundred million, it’s also early stage of our goal, and in African another billion people it hasn’t even started.

So it’s more of going to be going forward much more developing world stories than just China stories.

We’ve got to get the rest of world connected
Homework_2015 was the second year in a row where Xiaomi finished year as No.1 smart phone brand in China, and perhaps more importantly is the stuff that no one is taking about which is how is our mobile internet service business doing, Xiaomi is internet company first for most, we ues phones as distribution vehicle for softwork and for internet services that we layer on top of our software platform. To get that growth in internet services, you still need to be selling hand-sets, Are you told concern know about the number of hand-sets you are selling at the moment.
It’s as an internet company of course we need users that we can delivery these services. There is room for growth in China and we are also investing pretty heavliy in another markets, India in particularly, Iidia has just pasted the US and is now the second largest smart phone population in the world only behind the China.
There is a global slowing trend of smart phone sales growth. But some people say that’s because there is a lack of innovention, what do you say to that?
So I have contrary view on that point, in that I actully think innovention in smart phone industry is still accelerating, if you look for example at the sizes of batteries, batteries are shrinking, still at pretty fast pace.
Is that was going to be driving new consumers to buy smart phones ect, what’s gonna drive me to want to upgrade my smart phone?
So I think you’er gonna continue to see improvements, in display technology, battery technology, a lot of growth though is going come from the developing markets
Is the day of era of explosive growth in smart phone sales now over?
Smart phone in China 400 million a year, that’s potential close enough to saturation that you can call that market replacement cycle now. South Asain another close to billion people and its sale market at its beginning to mid stage of growth, India soon super early on, we still at about 100 million smart phones a year sold, yet it probably peak at three or four hundred million, it’s also early stage of our goal, and in African another billion people it hasn’t even started.
So it’s more of going to be going forward much more developing world stories than just China stories.
We’ve got to get the rest of world connected.
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2015 was the 2nd year in a row where Xiaomi finished year as No 1. smart phone brand
in China, and perphaps more importantly is the stuff that no one is talking about
which is how is our mobile internet service business doing, Xiaomi is internet company
first for most, we uses phones as distribution vehicle for the software and for the
internet services that we layer on the top of our software platform.

to get that growth in internet services, you still need to be selling hand-sets, are you
talking concerning about the number of hand-sets you are selling at the moment.

you know as an internet company, of course we need users to whom we can deliver services,
there is room for growth in china and we are also investing pretty heavily in other
market, india is particularly, India has just passed the US, and now is the second largest
smart phone population in the world, only behind the china.

there is a global slowing trend of smart phone sales growth, some people say that because
there is a lack of innovation, what do you say to that.

so I have a contrary view on that point, in that I actually think innovation in smart phone
industry is still accelarated, if you look for example at the size of the batteries,
batteries are shrinking, still at a pretty fast pace.

is that was going to be driving new consumers to buy smart phone, that is, what's gonna
drive me to want to upgrade my smart phone.

so I think you're gonna continue to see improvements, in display technology, battery technology
, a lot of growth though is going to come from developing market.

is the day or year of explosive growth in smart phone sales now over?

smart phone market in china 400 millions a year, that's potential close enough to saturation,
that you could call that market replacement cycle now. south Asia another close to billion
people and its sale market at its begging to mid stage of growth, india soon super early on,
we steer it about 100 million smart phone a year sold, yet it probably peak at 3 or 4 hundred
million, it's also a early stage of our goal, and in African another billion people it hasn't
even started.

so it's more of going to be goging forward much more developing world stories than just china
stories.

we've got to get the rest of the world conntected.
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2015 was the second year in a row where XiaoMi finished the year as the NO1 smart phone brand in China. And perhaps more importantly, is the stuff that no one is talking about which is how is our mobile internet services business doing. XiaoMi is an internet company first formers. We use phones as a distribution vehicle for the software  and for the internet services that we layer on top of our soft pan form.
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2015 was a second year in a row where Xiaomi finished the year as the number one smartphone brand in China. And perhaps more importantly, is the stuff that on one is talking about, which is how is our mobile internet service business doing. Xiaomi is an internet company first and foremost. We use phones as a distribution vehicle for the software, and for the internet services that we layer on top of our software platform.

To get that growth in the internet services, you still need to be selling handsets. Are you at all concerned though about the number of handsets that you are selling at the moment?

So as an internet company of course, we need users to whom we can deliver these services. There is room for growth in China, and we are also investing pretty heavily in other markets, India in particular. India has just passed the U.S. and is now the second largest smart phone population in the world, only behind China.

There is a global slowing trend of smartphone sales growth. Some people say that’s because there is a lack of innovation. What do you say to that?

So I have a contrary view on that point, and that I actually think innovation in the smartphone industry is still accelerating. If you work for example at the size of batteries, batteries are shrinking, still at a pretty fast pace.

Is that what’s going to be driving you consumers to buy smart phones though? What’s gonna drive me to want to upgrade my smart phone?

So I think you are gonna cotinue to see improvements in display technology, in battery technology. A lot of the growth though is going to come from the developing markets.

Is the day or the year of the explosive growth in smart phone sales now over?

Smart phone market in China, 400 million a year, that’s potentially close enough to saturation that you could call that market a replacement cycle now. Southeast Asia, another close-to-billion people, and it’s still a market at its beginning to make stages of growth. India still super early on, we're still at about 100 million smartphones a year sold. It would probably peak at three or four hundred million. It’s also at the early stage of growth. And in Africa, another billion people, it hasn’t even started.

So it’s more of going to be going forward much more a developing world story than just a China story.

We gotta get the rest of the world connected.
2015 was a second year in a roar whereXiaomi finished the No.1 smartphone sales in China.And press more importantlyis what is talking about how our internet business is doing.Xiaomi is an internetcompany at first. We use the phone as the distribution in software. and for theinternet services we lay on our platform.To get that growth in the internetservices,you still be need saling handsit.Are you the top concerner about usingthe handsit your’re saling at the moment.As an internet company,of course,theusers,ao we can deliver the services.And the growth in China and we also haveanother market.India particular,India has just past the US and now it’s thesecond largest population in the world,only behind China.There is a global slowingtrend in smartphone sales growth.Some people said it’s a lank in theinnovation.What do you say about?So I have a contrail view on that point and I thinkinnovation in the smartphone industrial is still accelerating for that the sizeof the battaries. Battaries are shrinking.Still at a pretty fast path.Is thatdriving comsumers to buy smartphones.But what is drive made to upgradesmartphone.So I think you’re continue to see battery technology.A lot of growthis going to come in developing markets.Is the DEEL the explosive growth insmartphone sales now over?Smartphone in China ,400 million a year,that’spotential cost enough section to ,you can call that market replacement cyclenow.Southeastern Asia,another close to biliob people and it’s beginning to makegrowth.About a hundred million smartphones a year sold.It’s probably 3 to 4hundred milliom sold.In Africa,another billion people.It has even started.Toexplore much more deep to developing world just than in China.We just get therest of world connected.
2015 is the second year in a row where Xiaomi finished the year as the NO.1 smartphone brand in China. And perhaps more importantly is the stuff no one is talking about which is how is our mobile internet services business doing. Xiaomi is an internet company first and foremost, we use phones as a distribution vehicle for the softwork, and for the internet services that we layer on the top of our software platform.
To get that growth in the internet services, you still need to be selling handsets, are you concerning though about the number of handsets you are selling at the moment?
So as an internet company, of course, we need users so we can deliver these services. There is room for growth in China, and we are also investing pretty heavily in other markets, India in particular. India has just passed the US and now it’s the second largest self-phone market in the world, only behind China.
There is global slowing trend of smartphone sells, some people say that’s because there is a lack of innovation, what do you say to that?
So I have a controverting view on that point, in that I actually think innovation in the smartphone industry is still accelerating. If you look for example, at the size of the batteries, batteries are shrinking still at a pretty fast page.
Is that what’s going to be driving consumers to buy smartphones? What’s gonna drive me to want to update my smartphone?
So I think you are gonna to continue to see improvements in the screen technology and battery technology. A lot of growth though is going to come from developing markets.
Is the day of the era of the explosive growth in smartphone sells now over?  
Smartphone market in China – 400M a year, that’s potentially close enough to the acceleration that you call that market replacement circle now. Southeast Asia, another close to billion people, and it’s still a market at its beginning to make stages of growths. India is still super early on, we still had about a hundred million smartphone a year sold, it will peak at probably three to four hundred million, so it’s also at an early stage of growth. And Africa, another billion people, it hasn’t even started yet.
So there is more going to be going forward and much more of developing world stories than just the China story.
Yes, we gotta get the rest of the world connected.
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