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An attendee holds the Xiaomi Corp. Mi Mix 2 smartphone during a launch event in Beijing, China, on Sept. 11. © Getty Images
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Could Xiaomi's razor-thin Mi Mix 2 be an iPhone killer?

Chinese device maker looks to claw back share to survive in slowing home market

SHUNSUKE TABETA and KOTARO HOSOKAWA, Nikkei staff writers | China

BEIJING/TOKYO -- China's Xiaomi unveiled a new bezel-less smartphone Monday geared to compete with U.S. titan Apple's upcoming iPhones on both design and price, launching a growth and survival offensive as its home market -- the world's largest -- turns downward.

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