Mi Malaysia

The Mi A2 goes on sale in Malaysia starting this Friday from RM999

UPDATE: Mi A2 is now on sale at the official Mi Store on Lazada and Shopee.

Xiaomi Malaysia has finally revealed the pricing and availability for its Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite for our local market. These are Xiaomi’s latest Android One smartphones that offer a pure stock Android experience. The Mi A2 will be on sale starting this Friday, 3 August while the affordable Mi A2 Lite will be released later on 18 August.

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Xiaomi’s giving some of their most popular devices discounts and promotions

In just eight years, Xiaomi has built quite the empire for themselves with an extensive collection of smart home devices, smartphones and even lifestyle products. Today, they’re taking another step towards the future as the company just announced that they’ve been successfully listed on the main board of the The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

To celebrate this occasion, the company announced a whole bunch of discounts and promotions for some of their most popular products.

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The full screen Mi MIX 2S with Mi Malaysia warranty is coming soon

UPDATE: The Mi MIX 2S is officially available in Malaysia from 1 June from less than RM2,000.

For those looking for a different kind of flagship smartphone, the Mi MIX 2S is coming to Malaysia very soon. This is Xiaomi’s ultimate flagship smartphone that comes with a notch-less full-screen display and it has a pair of AI-enhanced dual-cameras that’s apparently on par with the iPhone X.

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Xiaomi could be making less than RM20 profit per phone

Xiaomi profit margin

Xiaomi has always been a low price leader when it comes to smartphones. When they first came to Malaysia, their RM36 10,400mAh power banks were the hottest items in town. Also not forgetting is the Xiaomi Mi 3, a flagship smartphone which you could get at only RM889.

The low pricing was made possible with its model of selling directly to customers online. Back then, there were no distributors or dealers involved and they don’t spend on marketing.

During the launch of the Mi 6X, Xiaomi has promised that they will cap its net profit margin to just 5%. That’s quite a remarkable pledge since Xiaomi has started expanding its presence with physical stores and have engaged with distributors at selected markets like Malaysia.

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