Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 now available on Offline stores too; Here’s How to buy one?

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 is the most selling smartphone on the e-commerce portal and now Xiaomi is moving towards the offline market to expand its footprints and taste the same success like he did in the Online market. Xiaomi is now launching a pre-ordering facility for its offline users.

Xiaomi has announced that the Redmi Note 4 will be available for sale in offline retail stores from March 18 and has been priced at Rs 11,499 and above (the price has been changed) Xiaomi, in a press statement, informed that the smartphone will be up for pre-orders in North India from March 16 to March 21 across offline stores in Delhi, Jaipur and Chandigarh and large format retailers (LFRs) across the Southern India from March 14 to March 17.

We would like to tell you, the people of Uttar Pradesh waiting for Xiaomi devices to be available in their state this is very good news as Xiaomi will be entering UP State officially with the Poorvika Mobile the phone will be available on their online site. The smartphone will be available across 700 large retail stores of Sangeetha, Lot Mobile and BigC, and over 1500 smaller offline stores.



The reason behind this move is pretty predictable. Xiaomi is aware of the demand and also, Redmi Note 4 recently made record sale of 1 million units of Redmi Note 4 in just 45 days. Xiaomi has also managed to win consumer’s trust with great value for money products. Keeping all these factors in mind, Xiaomi is slowly aiming to capture a major market share against competitors like Oppo and Vivo.

The offline stores will only sell the Redmi Note 4 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB variants, so there is no 2GB Variant is available as such.

“Till now, our focus was on online sales. Now, we will focus both on online and offline distribution. We expect our share from offline to grow from current 10 percent to 20-25 percent by the end of this year. This is our aspiration,” Xiaomi India Head Manu Kumar Jain said last month

In order to make the pre-booking, customers do not need to carry or show any documents. All they need to do is to go to the listed stores and pre-book a device by paying a booking amount of Rs 1,000. The handset pre-booked at Sangeetha, Poorvika, BigC and Lot Mobiles can be picked up by customers from March 18 onwards, and the ones pre-booked in Delhi will be available March 22 onwards.


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