Xiaomi has emerged as a real competitor in the smartphone market over last year. Xiaomi had recently made some really strong measures to expand its global market. Those announcements include the setup of a production unit in India, opening Xiaomi store in the United States and now is another biggie from the Chines tech giant. Xiaomi has ended the trend of selling its product exclusively on Flipkart.
As told by Manu Kumar Jain, Head of Operations, Mi India, the online sale partners of Xiaomi now has more members than just Flipkart. As per his words, Xiaomi has added Amazon and Snapdeal to the list of its e-commerce partners to sell its products across the nation over internet. This has ended Xiaomi’s traditional method of selling products in India exclusively through Flipkart. Now that Xiaomi has bagged a bigger and platform to achieve better sales, it will definitely be a boom for the company to witness profits like never before.
Recently Xiaomi had celebrated its 5th birthday in the global market by launching Redmi 2A in China, which is promised to be the cheapest smartphone by Xiaomi ever. Xiaomi had been preparing to launch its cheapest ever device which is powered up by a Leadcore LC1860 processor. For a birthday bash in India, Xiaomi is offering INR 2,000 off on all models of Xiaomi Mi 4 in India. Apart from this, the Redmi 4G variant will come with a free Mi power bank or Mi ear phones. And the other products like Xiaomi MiPad will be available through e-commerce without prior registration.