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CEE 2016 IT SHOW SOLD FAKE XIAOMI PRODUCTS, NOT ILLEGAL IN S'PORE?

I bought 2 XiaoMi power bank from CEE 2016, thinking that they are real since it's under a huge XiaoMi banner. No harm in getting two of those at a discount right? Wrong. Apparently, I cannot find the XiaoMi authentication code (20-25 numbers) on the packaging at all, and decided to contact XiaoMi. My fears were confirmed when their representative told me on the phone that there is no official XiaoMi exhibition in CEE 2016.

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XIAOMI MI 4 SMARTPHONE PRE-INSTALLED WITH MALICIOUS MALWARE APPS

Bluebox, a data security company, released a findings report on their tests of the Xiaomi Mi 4 smartphone. Unfortunately for Xiaomi, their results were far from stellar. Not only did the security firm find malicious malware installed on the device, but some of it was even disguised to appear as Google apps. Even worse, they believe an unknoRead on for more details about what they found, as well as Xiaomi's official response to the report.

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S'PORE PRIVACY WATCHDOG PROBES XIAOMI OVER ALLEGED PRIVACY BREACH

China-based smartphone maker Xiaomi has slid into legal hot water in Singapore, amid growing regional concerns about its apparent lack of privacy protection. A complaint has been filed by a phone user here, alleging that his personal data had been disclosed without consent. He claimed he had received unsolicited calls from overseas after using his Xiaomi phone. Singapore's privacy watchdog, the Personal Data Protection Commission, told The Straits Times it is investigating.

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SECURITY FIRM SHOWS XIAOMI SMARTPHONES SECRETLY STEALING CUSTOMER'S PHONE CONTACT LIST

Following allegations that Xiaomi phones may be silently uploading user details to a remote server, Finnish security firm F-Secure set out to investigate. The firm has now published a blog detailing how a brand new Xiaomi RedMi 1S smartphone silently uploaded a users' phone number, the network being used, the phone's IMEI number, as well as the phone's entire list of contacts to a Xiaomi server.

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XIAOMI PHONE CATCHES FIRE & EXPLODES, INJURING OWNER

We could tell you that Chinese manufacturer XiaoMi is on fire. The company recently sold out 100,000 Mi-3 handsets in the space of 86 seconds. But when we say that XiaoMi is on fire, we mean it literally. Someone in China took the time to pass along the story about a colleague whose XiaoMi Mi2S (aka XiaoMi Phone 2S) caught on fire inside her purse. The owner suffered a burned finger while the handset melted into unrecognizable parts and exploded.

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Unscrupulous shop in Kembangan Plaza Selling Fake Xiaomi Phone as real ones

I called the shop and told them what I found out, but the salesman keep saying that this is an original set from Hong Kong and it is from the Xiaomi factory. I asked him repeatedly if it is a real Xiaomi phone and he just don't wanna answer. I said I want my money back but the salesman said goods sold cannot be returned and he will check wiith his boss I can get a refund. It's been more than 1 day and I haven't heard from them. PACTECH COMPUTER is located at 18, Jalan Masjid, 02-03 Kembangan Plaza. It is very near Kembangan MRT. They also sell computers, printers and other brands of phones. Please be careful of these unscrupulous merchants and not everything bought from QOO 10 is authentic. I hope Xiaomi company and Police can look into this before more people get conned.

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