Xiaomi May Fail To Reach Its Initial Target

Posted: Dec 28 2015, 10:10pm CST | by , in News | Technology News

 
Xiami Would Fail To Reach Its Initial Target

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Xiaomi Chairman, Lei Jun in March announced that the famous Chinese company has high hopes to sell 80 to 100 million Smartphone units in 2015.

But, now it seems that Xiaomi is failing its target and the company might be disappointed by it.

As per the report by a Chinese analyst, the final sales figure of the Smartphones could be nearly 73 million or somewhere near to it.

Just a day before, the Chairman of the company Jun said that the 80 million target was not a passionate goal or the first priority of the 5 year old Xiaomi.

He said that all the company wants and desires is the customer's satisfaction and nothing else.

If we see the sales quarter-wise, Xiaomi sold almost 15 million units in first quarter of 2015.

The sales for the second and third quarter were 20 million and 18.5 million units, respectively.

If the average sales figure is considered from the pattern, than the fourth quarter could have around 20 million sales.

The figure could be greater due to Christmas and the holiday season.

Also, there will be some special discounts by the company which will attract a large amount of consumers.

If such happens, than the last quarter of 2015 would be the most successful quarter for the company.

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