Xiaomi Expects 30% of Sales Offline in India & Mi Note Pro vs Samsung

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August 8, 2015 by ...

1-Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy S6 – Should You Prefer The Xiaomi Over The Samsung

The first thing that comes to a mobile buyer’s mind when he thinks about a Samsung phone is the excellent display that he would get on buying a Samsung gadget.

The displays have been enhanced even more and would continue to be improved with passing time.

The option of having a phone with a screen as large as 5.7 inches was first provided by Samsung

2-Xiaomi to start selling smartphones offline in India

Also read:Xiaomi could release Redmi Note 2 with MIUI 7 next week Manu Jain, head of Xiaomi’s India operations told Economic Times “We would be starting a new channel of sales in unorganized retail market in India by partnering with Redington,”. The Chinese smartphone maker’s move would make its smartphones available to a much wider consumer base, underlining the importance of the South Asian nation which has become its largest market outside home.

Story 3-Offline route to comprise 20-30% of sales in India: Xiaomi

The rumored device could either be the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2, or the Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime, which appeared on Amazon India for a brief time. As for the front of the device, it is expected to have a slight 2.5D curve along its edges but there is no word of a bigger curve on its back panel, as well as whether or not, it will be crafted from glass. 

Story 4-Xiaomi phones, coming soon to a store near you- From online to offline retail

Just when you thought everything was moving towards online retail exclusivity, Xiaomi made a surprise announcement to start selling their range of products in the more traditional brick-and-mortar retail outlets in India. The distribution channel will be enabled by Redington, and the roll-out will start as early as next week, targeting the top 10 to 15 cities in the country, over the next couple of months

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