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Not MIUI, but Android-Powered Xiaomi Smartphone Available in at least 37 Countries

by Woody Oh | Sep 05, 2017

Today, Xiaomi unveiled its first Android-powered smartphone, Mi A1, under the Android One program run by Google for a few years. This device is based on Mi 5X from H/W perspectives, but is different in that Mi A1 is not running on MIUI, the Xiaomi's customized Android fork.

Mi A1 will be available to purchase from upcoming September 12, and the initial market for this device is going to be at least 37 countries including India, Indonesia and Bangladesh in APAC (Asia Pacific), Russia, Poland and Romania from CEE (Central & Eastern Europe), Greece from WE (West Europe), Egypt, South Africa, South Arabia and UAE from AME (Africa & Middle East) and Colombia and Mexico from CALA (Central America & Latin America).

The other Xiaomi's smartphone market will be identified at the following two reports, published under Handset Country Share Tracker (HCST) service.

Global Smartphone Vendor Marketshare for 15 Countries : Q2 2017
Smartphone Vendor Market Share for "Next 30" Countries : Q2 2017


Xiaomi Android One Mi A1

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