[Video] What you didn't know about Xiaomi.

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30 Comments on “[Video] What you didn't know about Xiaomi.”

  1. To all those who bi… Excuse me, complain, yeah, that's better.
    So, to all those who complain about "Xiaomi invading your privacy".
    I hate to sound like a 9 year old Fortnite gamer, but here the "If you don't like it, don't buy it" mentality applies more, than anywhere else.
    I'm using a Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro, it's working wonders and the chinese army has yet to invade my home town for hating on their government.
    But putting jokes aside, we live in the age of the internet and telecommunication.
    There's no such thing as privacy anymore, at least not in the sense, that we used to have it.
    Companies like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram store your data, so they can build a virtual image of you, so you get better recommendations and ads targeted at you, that you actually care about.
    Also, as I said, we live in an age, where information spreads like wildfire, if Xiaomi would actually sell the "Spy devices", that most China haters claim they are, all it would take is a breakdown from someone, who knows it a lot more well, than us common folk, who gather our tech knowledge from entertaining YouTube videos (Thanks Arun, you're the best ^^), and it would surface, that companies, like Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo, and other Eastern companies are spying on their customers.
    Also, even if it was true, most of us aren't important people, at least not in a way, that our data would that much valuable, and even if it is, and you're afraid of being spied on, and need good vale phones, buy mid-rangers from Samsung or LG.
    If you want a very good phone, with less hands-on customizability, then buy an Apple device.
    Really, there's a phone out there for everyone.
    Just because you don't trust chinese devices, you don't have to damn everyone, who do.
    Also, I would like to see the sources for your fears, other, than your bias.

    P. S.: I'm 99% that everyone who trashes on Chinese companies does so, because they don't own such a device.
    To those people, you're still being "spied on", just not by your device, but by the apps you use or the websites you visit.

    This Chinaphobia that people developed nowadays, even though they should know full well, that the FBI, the Interpol, the CIA, the British Secret Service, and so on and so forth aren't just props, and very often find and terminate attempts at actual data theft is laughable.
    Cybersecurity is tricky, but you can rest assured, the Chinese government doesn't use attractively priced, well built and specced phones to gather any more data, than is getting gathered anyway.

    Thanks for reading.

  2. About the popularity of Xiaomi in eastern Europe: It's not that we prefer value over logo, it's brcause we're poor. An averege retail store employee earns about 500$ a month, a school teacher 600. As a journalist, working for three large media providers, I earn about 2k dollars a momth andbthis makes me upper middle class. People here would by Samsungs or Apples, they are status symbols after all, but when you can save 100 dollars while buying a similar phone made by Xiaomi instead of Samsung, most people will choose the cheaper one.

  3. Quality will always sell better, until the competition initiate a plan to stop them, ban them from having required features for example which forces people to stop buying quality.

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