Xiaomi’s first physical store in the Klang Valley is finally opening on 13 October 2017. This is the second outlet in Malaysia following its first Mi Premium Reseller Store in Queensbay Mall, Penang.
Love the screen size of the Redmi Note 4 but looking for something that’s more affordable? The Redmi Note 5A is coming to Malaysia real soon. Ahead of its availability next week, a couple of authorised Mi Malaysia retailers have started offering pre-orders for the device.
Xiaomi is always known for its online sales and now they are increasing its presence offline through their physical stores. Earlier this year, they had introduced their first Mi Premium Reseller Store in Penang and now they are bringing the same concept in Kuala Lumpur. We know the next one will be opening at Suria KLCC and now there’s another one located down south.
Looking for an affordable smartphone with stock Android experience? The Mi A1 is probably the best all rounder as it packs great specs and it comes with a dual-camera system. It was launched in India last week for 14,999INR (about RM985) and it’s coming very soon to Malaysia.
When it comes to smartphones, many would consider a Xiaomi for its great hardware at an affordable price. Their Redmi Note 4 is still undoubtedly the best value for money smartphone you can buy for less than RM1,000.
However, there are purists that are not fond of Xiaomi’s MIUI custom Android interface and they would prefer a device that comes with a stock Android experience. If you’re one of them, the latest Xiaomi Mi A1 is just the phone for you. This is their first smartphone powered by Android One.
Xiaomi has always been known — famously or infamously, you can decide — for their online e-commerce presence. However, for them to grow as a company, physical stores need to be a thing and they’re definitely moving in that direction with more sales going to authorised distributors instead of Xiaomi’s own online channel.
Recently, though, we found out that they’re planning to open their very own physical store here in Kuala Lumpur!
If you’re looking for smart air purifier that you can control with your phone, the first generation Mi Air Purifier is now going for only RM399. When it was first announced in 2014, this connected appliance was priced at 899CNY in China which is about RM506 at that time.
If you’ve been eyeing for an affordable compact flagship smartphone, the wait could be finally over. Xiaomi has just teased a new product launch in Malaysia and it appears to be a dual-camera smartphone. This is likely to be their Xiaomi Mi 6 that was introduced in China 3 months ago.