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Something big will go down for the world's fourth largest smartphone vendor in France on May 22 and in Italy two days later. With a "new attitude", Xiaomi wants to take over the world.
A wide range of "innovative connected" Xiaomi products, smartphones included, are coming to stores operated by CK Hutchison-owned Three carrier in the UK, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy and Sweden.
Chinese tech brand Xiaomi is targeting a top valuation of $100 billion before it debuts on an exchange and is currently doing so without the help of domestic banks.
Already available in more than 55 markets around the world, the hotly demanded iPhone X is headed for 14 additional countries by the end of the month.
Spain is the first market in Western Europe to officially welcome a robust pair of Xiaomi smartphones. Namely, the Mi A1 and Mi MIX 2.