Xiaomi In Talks With US Carriers For Smartphone Sales

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It is not just Huawei that wants to enter the us; the latest report amongst people close to this information claim that even Xiaomi is negotiating agreements with carriers in a bid to enter this market. It became the largest smartphone vendor in India in the third quarter of 2017 compared to its status of being the number two a quarter earlier, trailing behind only Samsung Electronics.

Xiaomi has been one of the fastest-growing smartphone vendors globally over the past few years and it has been able to achieve that position without competing in the lucrative USA market.

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Huawei has already tried selling its flagship Mate 9 phone in the US via e-commerce websites like Amazon.com, but working directly with wireless partners would give China's No. 1 phone maker a wider presence across the USA through retail stores, carrier websites and TV commercials. AT&T and Verizon were mentioned specifically in the report although sources claim the talks are still "fluid" and it's possible that things could fall through entirely. It may consolidate its position further in the market once it properly brings its handsets to the U.S. It is expected to release its flagship Mi 7 in the first quarter of 2018, perhaps in March or April. Huawei's high-end smartphone is likely to arrive in the United States at AT&T and Verizon, but only if talks end successfully for all part involved. Still, we can not rule out anything at this moment.

The report from Strategy Analytics, a market research company, states that Samsung's market share is expected to drop to around 19.2 percent, sandwiched between Apple's iPhone line and budget Chinese smartphones. ZTE is the only Chinese market with a significant market share in the US, which now stands at 11.6%, but it's still bettered by LG's 17.2%.

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China's top smartphone makers are ready to challenge Apple Inc. on its home turf after trouncing the iPhone maker in their own market.

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