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The year 2020 will certainly have exceeded the manufacturer’s expectations. It recently reached third place in the mobile market, surpassing Apple. And with Huawei’s inability to be a real competitor in global markets, we may see a further rise next year.

Xiaomi wants to sell between 240 and 300 million smartphones in 2021

Aware of this, Xiaomi has already set its targets for 2021, and these are looking forward to something impressive. This is because the manufacturer expects to be able to sell between 240 to 300 million smartphones next year.

These goals come through the Nikkei Asian Review website. As a basis for this statement, the source says that the Chinese manufacturer will have placed orders with suppliers for components for 240 million new equipment.

Xiaomi is the third best-selling brand worldwide
Xiaomi is the third best-selling brand worldwide

As Android Authority says, these numbers exceed any annual shipments that Xiaomi has previously made. More than that, they may exceed Huawei’s record of 240.6 million last year.

Although the company placed these orders, the source says that the manufacturer wants to go further. Allegedly, Xiaomi will aim to reach the 300 million units shipped in 2021.

This is a goal that will not be easy to achieve, because Xiaomi will be dependent on processor manufacturers such as Qualcomm or MediaTek, which may not be able to do the job.

The truth is that Xiaomi sees the fall of Huawei globally as a window of opportunity to just look up and see Samsung. Next year’s incidences will be in charge of answering us if the firm led by Lei Jun was successful.

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