Xiaomi smartphones are fairly popular in Bangladesh despite the lack of official stores in the country, so it’s no wonder the company is now officially entering the country. Manu Kumar Jain, company’s Vice President and Managing Director in India, announced that Chinese vendor is setting foot in Bangladesh starting with three smartphones – the Redmi S2-9185.php), Redmi 5 and Redmi Note 5.
The devices will be available for purchase through 463 Mi authorized offline stores while Daraz Bangladesh will take orders online.
The pricing of the Redmi S2 is BDT 14,999 ($178) for the 3GB/32GB memory variant or BDT 17.999 ($213) for the 4GB/64GB configuration. The Redmi 5 is expected to go even lower – at around BDT 13,990 ($165). Sales start on July 26 at 2 PM local time.
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