Xiaomi has announced plans to launch his smartphones in the UK at a press conference in central London this afternoon. The fourth-largest smartphone maker in the world will sell its devices via its own online store, Amazon UK, John Levis and Argos, to name a few.
Xiaomi also co-operated with Three's mobile network to sell their phones to 24-month online deals and retail outlets across the country. Launching is a big deal for Tri, which will become the first carrier ever to sell smartphones of the Ksiaomi brand based on contract in the UK.
To mark the launch, a Beijing firm has announced slay discounts for its popular smartphone range, including 1 pound phones.
Yes, You read that right.
Incredible promotion is part of a limited "special" contract to open the British launch of Xiaomi.
Unfortunately, the smartphone manufacturer did not specify how many phones will be available for 1 pound, but only tomorrow, November 9 at 12 o'clock, claimed only the "fastest" customers on their retail portal. You will also need to be registered as a member of Mi.com / UK that will meet the requirements for a discounted item.
This contract is valid for the Ksiaomi Mi 8 Pro – a leading phone with a 6.21-inch AMOLED display, a Kualcomm Snapdragon 845, AI-powered dual 12-megapixel system, IR Face Unlock, 8 GB RAM and a Sensitive Fingerprint Sensor.
The 8 Pro is available in Transparent Titanium for £ 499. Includes 8GB of RAM and 128GB of embedded storage and will be available on November 9 via Tri, Amazon, Argos, John Levis, Carphone Varehouse, Curris PC Warl, Veri Mobile Direct, Katana and Mi.com.
Xiaomi will also open an authorized retail store in central London on November 19, 2018.
Vang Xiang, senior vice president of Xiaomi Corporation, said: "Today, we are witnessing a new chapter in the global expansion of Xiaomi, backed by our global ambitions. We are delighted that we made great strides by announcing our arrival in Great Britain.
"By bringing a series of our incredible products at fair prices, we want to offer more choices and to allow everyone in the UK to enjoy a connected simple life through our innovative technology"
Xiaomi's entry to the United Kingdom followed his arrival in France and Italy in May, and the official entry last November to Spain, his first Western European market, where he has already become the third largest smartphone dealer.
Today, Xiaomi is selling in 74 markets around the world.