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Xiaomi to take pre-orders on, service begins with Redmi Note 4 on March 30

Customers will be able to pre-order a Xiaomi device every Friday at 12pm.


Xiaomi is ramping up its sales in every possible way. And with its given flash sales and records of stock lasting barely for a few minutes, demands for Xiaomi products is more than evident. Now, in an effort to make it easier for customers to purchase their devices, and of course opening scope for even higher demands, Xiaomi has introduced the facility to pre-order on The service was first announced by Xiaomi during the Redmi 4A launch event in New Delhi. Also Read - Would you buy a Xiaomi electric vehicle? Company plans to produce lakhs of cars every year

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On its Redmi India Facebook page, Xiaomi announced that it will now allow pre-order on its own site, where customer can pre-order devices at 12pm every Friday. The Chinese manufacturer is starting the facility with the Redmi Note 4. Xiaomi promises that the it will ship the orders within five days. Further, according to the pre-order page on, pre-orders can be done through online payments only. The option for cash on delivery (COD) is not available. Also, in case a customer changes their mind, an order can be cancelled anytime before its delivery. Also Read - Xiaomi may not be the first company to launch Snapdragon 8 smartphone but this manufacturer might

Dear Mi Fans, Thank you for all your support for! Over the past few years, we have been listening closely to your feedback, pushing ourselves to bring innovation to as many people as possible. Specifically, we want to make sure that you, our most loyal fans, can easily buy your favourite Mi products. Today we are proud to present a brand-new pre-order system on, reads Xiaomi s note to its reader on

Additionally, as part of promotion, Xiaomi is also asking its fans to share the post. Out of the ones who do, five winners will be given an f-code, which is basically a golden ticket to place order for a device on even when it is out of stock.

Further, with the same idea of expanding its market in the country, Xiaomi is also making efforts to increase its offline presence in India. Presently, 90 percent of Xiaomi s sales are from online channels, while less than 10 percent is offline. However, recently, Xiaomi launched a pre-ordering facility for its offline users, as well. Even offline, Xiaomi is beginning this service with the Redmi Note 4, which will eventually be extended to other smartphones as well. ALSO READ: Xiaomi Redmi 4A could be the new budget champion, here s why

Xiaomi is putting so much focus on the Redmi Note 4, with both offline and online pre-booking facility kicking off with the smartphone, because of the remarkable sales the device has seen. The company has recently announced, that it sold one million units of the Redmi Note 4 in 45 days since the first sale on January 23, 2017 in India. Plus, this would only bring Xiaomi closer to it India head Manu Jain s roadmap for the sales of Redmi Note 4, where he envisions to sell as many as 7 million units of the Redmi Note 4 in 2017.

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  • Published Date: March 24, 2017 4:52 PM IST

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