Xiaomi is the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, but many people are still unsure about its ownership.
In this article, we will explore the evidence and give plausible reasons for why Xiaomi is not owned by Samsung.
We will first look at some evidence that suggests that Xiaomi is not owned by Samsung. The first piece of evidence comes from a report that was released by Morgan Stanley in 2013. This report states that Xiaomi has no major investors and it’s sole shareholder is Lei Jun, who founded and runs the company.
The second piece of evidence comes from a report released by Forbes in 2015 which states that Lei Jun owns 100% of the shares of Xiaomi and all other shareholders were bought out in 2014.
The final piece of evidence comes from an article published on
Introduction: Why this is a valid question.
Xiaomi is a Chinese company that has been in the business of making smartphones for about a decade. The company has been quite successful in the Chinese market and it is now expanding to other countries.
Xiaomi was founded by Lei Jun, who was an ex-Google employee. He had been working on the Android project for years before he quit his job to establish Xiaomi and make it one of the leading smartphone manufacturers in China.
Xiaomi’s headquarters are located in Beijing, China and it is also headquartered in Singapore.