[HOT] : 15% of humanity already uses a Xiaomi mobile: the incredible number of MIUI users around the world
The number of monthly active MIUI users worldwide has already exceeded 500 million.
Xiaomi, Samsung, and Apple dominate the mobile device market, but of these three manufacturers, the one that has arguably grown the fastest in recent years is Xiaomi.
And everything seems to indicate that the evolution of the Chinese giant has no ceiling, since we have just learned that currently, 15% of humanity already uses a Xiaomi mobile. This is the incredible number of MIUI users across the world, which keeps growing year by year.
MIUI’s growth seems to have no end: 15% of humanity already uses Xiaomi’s software layer
The number of MIUI users has increased fivefold in just 6 years
As the guys from Gizmochina tell us, Xiaomi has just announced that since November 22, 2021, the number of monthly active users of MIUI worldwide has passed the 500 million mark, which means that 15% of the humanity already uses a Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO Smartphone.
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In this sense, the Chinese company also revealed that the growth of MIUI users in this 2021 has been incredible, since, since the beginning of the year, there are 18.65 million new users in China and 100 million new users in the world.
The number of MIUI users and, consequently, of the Chinese firm’s terminals has increased fivefold in just 6 years, since in August 2015 it reached the figure of 100 million users, three years later it doubled that figure to 200 million, a year later, in October 2019, that figure already exceeded 300 million and currently already reaches 500 million monthly active users.
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This growth is also reflected in Xiaomi’s financial data for the third quarter of this year, as during this period Xiaomi achieved a total revenue of 78.1 billion yuan, an annual growth of 8 , 2% and a net profit of 5.176 billion. yuan, representing an increase of 25.4% year-on-year.