Xiaomi Summary


Xiaomi manufactures and distributes mobile phones and consumer electronics. The company also develops mobile applications. It offers internet value-added products including TV boxes, backpacks, phone screen protectors, earphones, and more.


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Company Growth (employees)

Employees (est.) (Dec 2020)20,881(+10%)
Website Visits (Nov 2020)84 m(+11%)
Revenue (FY, 2017)¥114.6 B(+67%)
Share Price (Jan 2021)$29.3(-10%)
Cybersecurity ratingDMore

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Xiaomi Office Locations

Xiaomi has offices in Singapore and Madrid

Xiaomi Financials and Metrics

Xiaomi Revenue

Xiaomi's revenue was reported to be ¥114.62 b in FY, 2017 which is a 67.5% increase from the previous period.


Revenue (Q2, 2018)¥45.24 b
Gross profit (Q2, 2018)¥5.65 b
Gross profit margin (Q2, 2018), %12.5%
Net income (Q2, 2018)¥14.63 b
EBIT (Q2, 2018) (¥7.59 b)
Market capitalization (15-Jan-2021)$737.94 b
Closing stock price(15-Jan-2021)$29.3
Cash (30-Jun-2018)$14.89 b
EV $727.65 b

Xiaomi's current market capitalization is $737.9 b.

CNYFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017
Revenue66.8 b68.4 b114.6 b
Revenue growth, %2%67%
Cost of goods sold64.1 b61.2 b99.5 b
Gross profit2.7 b7.2 b15.2 b
CNYQ1, 2018Q2, 2018
Revenue34.4 b45.2 b
Cost of goods sold29.1 b39.6 b
Gross profit5.4 b5.7 b
Gross profit Margin, %16%12%
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CNYFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017
Cash8.4 b9.2 b11.6 b
Accounts Receivable1.5 b2.1 b5.5 b
Prepaid Expenses3.1 b4.7 b11.4 b
Inventories8.6 b8.4 b16.3 b
CNYQ1, 2018Q2, 2018
Cash15.9 b14.9 b
Accounts Receivable4.7 b7.1 b
Inventories21.7 b
Current Assets61 b80.3 b
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CNYFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017
Cash From Operating Activities(2.6 b)4.5 b(995.7 m)
Capital Expenditures(2.5 b)(1.8 b)(1.2 b)
Cash From Investing Activities873.4 m(3.7 b)(2.7 b)
Long-term Borrowings(4 b)(50 m)(4.5 b)
CNYQ1, 2018Q2, 2018
Cash From Operating Activities(1.3 b)6.1 b
Capital Expenditures308.6 m
Cash From Investing Activities460.6 m(3.8 b)
Cash From Financing Activities3.3 b1.2 b
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Q2, 2018
Revenue/Employee3 m
Financial Leverage-1.0 x
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Revenue Breakdown

Xiaomi revenue breakdown by business segment: 70.3% from Smartphones, 20.5% from IoT and lifestyle products, 8.6% from Internet Services and 0.6% from Other

Xiaomi revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 72.0% from Mainland China and 28.0% from Rest of the world

Xiaomi Operating Metrics

Xiaomi's Smartphone Average Selling Price was reported to be ¥881.3 in FY, 2017.

FY, 2015FY, 2016Jan, 2017Q3, 2017Nov, 2017FY, 2017
Average Internet Services Revenue per User¥28.9¥48.5¥57.9
Smartphone Average Selling Price¥807.2¥879.9¥881.3
Smartphones Shipped66.55 m55.42 m27.6 m70 m91.41 m
Connected Devices50 m

Xiaomi Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Beijing Duokan Technology Co.
Beijing Duokan Technology Co., Ltd.
Beijing Wali Internet Technologies Co.
Beijing Xiaomi Digital Technology Co.
Beijing Xiaomi Electronics Co.
Chongqing Xiaomi Microcredit Limited
Fast Pace Limited
Green Better Limited
Guangdong Xiaomi lnc.
Guangzhou Xiaomi Communications Co.

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Xiaomi Website Traffic

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Xiaomi Online and Social Media Presence

Twitter followers

2.54 m Twitter followers

6 Months

Xiaomi has 2.54 m Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 0.47% month over month and increased 1.47% quarter over quarter.

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Xiaomi News and Updates

Jan 15, 2021
U.S. Adds Chinese Phone Maker Xiaomi To Military Blacklist
_3xOCqXiaomi has become the latest Chinese firm to be added to the Trump Administration’s military blacklist, which means US investors will be barred from investing in the phone maker.
Jan 15, 2021
The Trump administration blacklisted 9 more Chinese companies, including Xiaomi. It labeled the smartphone giant a 'Communist Chinese military company.'
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementSmartphone maker Xiaomi and eight other Chinese firms have been added to a Trump administration blacklist, just days before President-elect Joe Biden takes office. The US Defense Department released a statement on Thursday confirming that nine Chinese companies have been labeled as "communist Chinese military companies," meaning Americans cannot invest in them. Xiaomi, one of the world's biggest and fastest-growing phone manufacturers, was added alongside state-owned Chinese plane maker Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China and the airline Grand China Air. They are now subject to Trump's executive order issued November 12, which bans US investment and requires investors to sell their holdings in any blacklisted companies by November 11, 2021. Xiaomi, which now sells more phones than Apple, didn't immediately respond to Insider's request for comment but told TechCrunch that "it is not owned, controlled or affiliated with the Chinese military, and is not a 'Communist Chinese Military Company' defined under the NDAA [National Defense Authorization Act]." It added that "the company will take appropriate course of actions to protect the interests of the company and its shareholders." Read more: Donald Trump's bitter fight to ban TikTok in the US looks set to fail after administration agrees to delayed legal deadline The Defense Department said in a statement that it is "determined to highlight and counter" the relationship between China's military and firms that "appear to be civilian entities" but which support the military with advanced technology and expertise. The Beijing-based company's stock fell 10.3% in Hong Kong trading on Friday, the Financial Times reported. So far, the Defense Department has listed 44 companies that they consider to be owned or controlled by China's military. The firms include phonemaker Huawei, China's number one chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC), and oil giant China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC).SEE ALSO: Xiaomi is now selling more smartphones than Apple, and Samsung tops the list, according to new data. Here's how the major smartphone players rank. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: A cleaning expert reveals her 3-step method for cleaning your entire home quickly
Jan 15, 2021
US bans Americans from investing in Xiaomi, other Chinese tech firms
_3xOCqThe move comes after the US shelved plans to blacklist Chinese tech titan Alibaba, WeChat owner Tencent, and search engine Baidu.
Jan 15, 2021
Trump’s Move on Xiaomi Erases $5 Billion From Top Bosses’ Wealth
_3xOCqTrump’s Move on Xiaomi Erases $5 Billion From Top Bosses’ Wealth
Jan 15, 2021
Trump Administration adds Xiaomi to military blacklist
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is the latest to be added to the Trump Administration’s military blacklist. On Thursday, the Department of Defense added nine more companies to its list of alleged Chinese military companies, including Xiaomi, the world’s third-largest smartphone maker as of Q3 last year. More to come…
Jan 15, 2021
Outgoing Trump administration puts Xiaomi on an investment blacklist
_3xOCqIn a shock move, the Department of Defence under the outgoing Donald Trump administration has put nine Chinese companies on a blacklist citing military connections. Tech giant Xiaomi is the surprise inclusion in the list. The blacklist bars US individuals and companies from investing in these firms. This is different from Huawei‘s trade ban where Americans were blocked from doing with the tech giant. So, Xiaomi won’t be barred from using Android, Google Play Store, or Qualcomm’s chips. Under this new ban, the commerce department could also block the import of “sensitive technology” from China or any other country.  This… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Xiaomi

Xiaomi Blogs

Jan 08, 2021
Xiaomi Introduces Latest Mid-Range and Entry-Level Kings: Redmi Note 9T and Redmi 9T
Redmi Note 9T and Redmi 9T disrupt the mid-range and entry-level smartphone segments with exceptional performance and multi-day battery life
Jan 05, 2021
New survey finds 70% of consumers improved home during COVID-19, more than half used smart devices
Smart home solutions are helping consumers adapt to more time at home during pandemic.
Dec 28, 2020
Xiaomi launches its all-round flagship Mi 11 in China starting at RMB 3,999
Featuring the global debut of Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 888, top-tier DisplayMate A+ 2K screen, and a 108MP triple AI camera
Dec 23, 2020
Xiaomi enters the US$100 Billion Club
Company hits an important milestone cementing its position as industry leader and fan favorite
Dec 17, 2020
Mi India brings cinematic experience to every home with Mi QLED TV 4K
Introduces 55 inch flagship smart television that compliments modern living spaces
Dec 11, 2020
Xiaomi joins hands with Orange and shares current CSR efforts at 3rd CSRtech Innovation Demoday
On December 3rd, Xiaomi joined Orange in organizing the "3rd CSRtech Innovation Demoday".

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When was Xiaomi founded?
Xiaomi was founded in 2010.
Who are Xiaomi key executives?
Xiaomi's key executives are Lei Jun, Lin bin and Li Wanqiang.
How many employees does Xiaomi have?
Xiaomi has 20,881 employees.
What is Xiaomi revenue?
Latest Xiaomi annual revenue is ¥114.62 b.
Who are Xiaomi competitors?
Competitors of Xiaomi include Huami, Apple and Huawei.
Where is Xiaomi headquarters?
Xiaomi headquarters is located at 68 Qinghe Middle St, Haidian Qu, null.
Where are Xiaomi offices?
Xiaomi has offices in Singapore and Madrid
How many offices does Xiaomi have?
Xiaomi has 4 offices.

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