Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has enormous plans to implement in India, incorporating local startups. The organization is not confining itself to simply a smartphone segment from now. The Chinese brand will wander into wearables, smart TVs, smart home solutions and more.
“The Ericsson lawsuit did not have much impact on our India business. Business is as usual for us, and I would like to thank all Mi fans in India. As far as the privacy scare is concerned, I would like to say that Xiaomi is a very transparent company and we are taking all necessary steps to protect the trust of our customers,” said Manu Jain, India head, Xiaomi.
Xiaomi is anticipating expansion to its product portfolio. “Not just smartphones, we will launch products in almost all segments at competitive prices. We are also looking at launching products in India first,” added Jain.
The Xiaomi Mi 4 will come soon in India and is conjectured to be propelled in January. According to Jain, the value would associate with Rs 20,000. Given the way that Xiaomi preferences to astonish its fans, we can anticipate that the cost will be lesser.
Likewise, Xiaomi is additionally prepared to dispatch its fitness band called Mi Band by March 2015. The Mi band is estimated at around US $15. “The price in India will be similar too,” said Jain.
Xiaomi is likewise situated to dispatch its smart TV in India, Mi TV 2, in the second half of 2015 at a cost of around Rs 40,000. “The smart TV will take some time as we are partnering with content providers and service centres in India. The content will not come from our end. The price will include the 8-speaker sound bar too,” said Jain.