For a while now, the IP market has watched and waited to see what steps Xiaomi would take to try to begin solving its patent deficit problem. While the company has been keen to stress its patent filing efforts of late, the consensus has been that it would need to acquire third-party portfolios to properly equip itself for further growth. And it would appear that, in the run up to the new year, Xiaomi made its first move in this direction.

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