Xiaomi Lets A Live Crab Play Around With The Mi4 In This Video Ad

Xiaomi has been making waves in China for quite some time now, and the company will release their expansion plans soon. They're expected to expand further into India, Brazil, and perhaps even Russia at some point. Europe and the U.S. are still not in Xiaomi's plans, the company is still not interested in opening up shop in top tier markets due to many reasons. This China-based company has recently managed to collect over $1 billion dollars through investments which they'll invest in expanding their business and develop the company even more.

This China-based smartphone manufacturer is well-known for their odd commercials. I don't know if you recall this, but we share a rather interesting video with you quite recently, which shows one of Xiaomi's ads. What's weird about it? Well, Lin Bin, Xiaomi's CEO, is starring in this commerical and is basically making fun of iPhone 6's protruding camera on the back. Lin Bin and two of his "helpers" have come up with a way to flatten that camera in the ad, the commercial is funny, but also inappropriate in a way I guess. Either way, if you're interested, take a look at that.

Xiaomi is at it again, they've released yet another very odd commercial on their official Facebook page. This advertisment is about 2 months old, but it's making its way around the internet now. You can check out this ad by clicking the source link down below or simply firing up the embedded video below this article. What's it about? Well, it would be best if you just watch it for yourself, but this ad is really odd as well. Xiaomi employees pay a visit to the fish market and let a crab play around with the Xiaomi Mi4 in order to showcase how well built the device really is. That very same crab also cuts a cucumber and breaks glass in the ad, along with some other stuff. It's rather entertaining and I recommend you check it out.

This Chinese company is expected to announce their international expansion plans this month, so stay tuned for that. As for the commercials, I'm sure we'll see more of those soon, in the meantime, let us know what you think about the one we shared today.

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