Xiaomi returns to PH
Xiaomi, the leading smartphone brand in India, has reentered the Philippine market.
The Chinese-based technology firm has teamed up with Grimalkin Corp. to distribute, market and support its highly innovative products in the Philippines.
It also partnered with with online shopping giants Lazada and Shopee to capture more customers.
“Our online store will help Xiaomi products reach the farthest corners of the Philippine archipelago, while brick-and-mortar shops will help us connect with those who want to touch and feel the products before they buy,” said John Chen, Xiaomi director for Southeast Asia.
“All official channels will offer products with official warranties so consumers will have peace-of-mind with every purchase of Xiaomi products,” he added.
Leading Xiaomi’s newest product offerings is Redmi 5A, priced at P4,590. Dubbed the entry-level smartphone king, the 5-inch Redmi 5A comes with an array of high-quality features never seen before in this price category, including a 13MP rear camera, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor and a 3000mAh long-lasting battery.
Redmi 5 Plus (4GB RAM + 64GB storage) has a retail price of P9,990, and will be available starting March 17 at Authorized Mi Stores in the Philippines.