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Xiaomi Corporation (1810.HK)

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
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13.220-0.180 (-1.34%)
At close: 04:08PM HKT
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Previous close13.400
Open13.260
Bid13.220 x 0
Ask13.240 x 0
Day's range12.980 - 13.400
52-week range9.860 - 16.980
Volume56,432,229
Avg. volume91,818,042
Market cap329.363B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.30
PE ratio (TTM)19.44
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Xiaomi launches new photo-geared 14 Series smartphone

    The new Xiaomi 14 Ultra phone, which expands on the company's partnership with German camera-maker Leica, includes a quad-camera configuration, while its more compact version, the Xiaomi 14, has a triple-camera configuration, Xiaomi said in a statement. Xiaomi last year was placed third globally for share of the smartphone market, accounting for 12.5% of global shipments, behind leader Apple at 20.1% and Samsung in second with 19.4% market share, according to IDC. The company on Sunday also unveiled new wearable products, including the Xiaomi Smart Band 8 Pro, Xiaomi Watch S3, and Xiaomi Watch 2, which it says are suitable for sports, health and wellness activities.

  • South China Morning Post

    Xiaomi unveils photography-focused 14 Ultra smartphone as it aims to take on Apple and Huawei in high-end segment

    Xiaomi has unveiled its latest flagship photography-focused smartphone, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, as it seeks to take on Apple's iPhone and Huawei Technologies in the competitive high-end segment. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra, launched on Thursday, is the latest member of the Xiaomi 14 series with prices starting from 6,499 yuan (US$903). This compares with a starting retail price of 5,999 yuan for an iPhone 15, and 7,999 yuan for an iPhone 15 Pro. Pre-orders are under way and the handset will officially go o

  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Xiaomi says India's scrutiny of Chinese firms unnerves suppliers

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) -China's Xiaomi has told the Indian government that its heavy scrutiny of Chinese companies has made smartphone component suppliers wary about setting up operations in India, according to a letter and a source with direct knowledge of the matter. Xiaomi, which has the biggest share in India's smartphone market at 18%, also asked that New Delhi consider offering manufacturing incentives and lowering import tariffs for certain smartphone components, according to the Feb. 6 letter. The Chinese company assembles smartphones in India with mostly local components and the rest imported from China and elsewhere.