WCDMA Xiaomi Hongmi goes on sale today!

Xiaomi kicks off the 5th of November with another day of sales for the Xiaomi Mi3, Xiaomi TV, Mi2S and for the first time ever the China Unicom WCDMA version of the Xiaomi Hongmi!

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Chinese and international customers alike have been waiting for the day the Xiaomi would launch the WCDMA version of the Xiaomi Hongmi and that day is finally upon us. 100,000 Hongmi phones will be up for sale later today at 799 Yuan (although some customers might have to pay an additional 100 yuan for shipping).

For international readers this means that Xiaomi Hongmi phones compatible with many of Europes 3G operators will finally be available, although it is not known what kind of premium they will be sold for.

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  1. Markoff
    November 5, 2013

    just wanted to let you know that now I was considering to buy that smart LeTV 39″ and you can’t buy it separately without additional 490RMB package for LeTV services, so the original price 1999RMB is increased by 25% and not competitive at all, you can buy 39″ TVs already for 2K RMB, same goes for 50″ which cost including mandatory LeTV fee 3K, so much for hype about these good deals

  2. qidamin
    November 5, 2013

    I have finally found the WCDMA version bandwidth, you can check here:

    • Mefiusz
      November 6, 2013

      @qidamin did You found shop to buy it ?

      • November 6, 2013

        i knew the xiaomiworld.com, but their price is higher than other.

  3. November 6, 2013

    This price 799 yuan (US$131) is theoretical ,i knew clearly that is trap. The biggest consumers are scaplers & retialers, they looted online store goods immediately and sell in their personal website. e.g. http://www.xiaomiworld.com they sell US $ 229, the biggest C2C business (taobao) show price US $ 200.