- Immersion (IMMR) also states Xiaomi is using its TouchSense haptic feedback tech in its new Mi3 Android flagship phone. (PR)
- Xiaomi, which recently raised funding at a $10B valuation, is looking to sell 15M smartphones this year, more than twice the 7.2M it sold last year.
- Thanks to its use of TouchSense, the Mi3 allows users to customize the strength of the haptic effects they experience, and to create custom haptic effects for its built-in Compass, Calculator, Torch, Clock, and Recorder apps.
- Immersion has largely tread sideways since May after rocketing higher earlier in the year, thanks in large part to a Samsung licensing deal.