Xiaomi to launch in Brazil on June 30th


Last month, we broke news that Xiaomi was planning to launch its products in Brazil, and now everything seems directed to an event which will be held in the country on the 30th of this month.

We have no doubt that the 30th of June will be a day of great emotions, as Meizu and Huawei marked press conferences for the launch of the two highly anticipated flagships in the MX5 and Honor 7. On the other hand, China’s Xiaomi is keen to ensure they’ve also prepared a good surprise for their fans in the same day; just that they’ve chosen fans from another country.

Last night, Xiaomi co-founder and president Bin Lin posted at his Weibo Page a picture of himself wearing a Brazilian Football Uniform and stated that there will be good surprises in the date. At the same time, the Brazilian local media reported a Xiaomi launch event scheduled to occur next Tuesday, i.e., the 30th.

The event will reportedly take place in Sao Paulo. The company should announce the date for the availability of their products. As for pricing, it would be interesting to see how Xiaomi approach the Brazilian market. Xiaomi is known for its high-quality, low-priced products, and achieving that in the Brazilian state is going to be quite a task, especially considering the high taxes.

Although will be a private event, the company offers invitations to people they call “Mi Fans” that want to check closely, the invite basically says:

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“Yes, you can start yelling, we already started! \ o / And guess what? You are very welcome to the launch of Xiaomi Brazil that will roll in SP. After all there is no one better than our fans to share this moment. We will accommodate as many people as we can, it’s just placing the order at this link: http://www.mi.com/”

As announced in their website, the company does not guarantee that the registration made by the users will serve as authentication and the number of entries will not exactly match the number of people interested in following the event. That is, many people may be left out even if they were the first to sign in the website.

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The launch in the country is reflected as one more step to be fulfilled by the Chinese company which is already expected with great anticipation. If I asked anyone here in last year about Xiaomi the answer would be the same: Never heard of, but recently the winds have changed and the company’s name hit the headlines here. The phrase stated by the company on the head pictures can translate the feeling: “Always believe that something amazing is about to happen.”

Other Chinese and Asian companies such as Asus proved that it is possible to sign their name here despite the difficulties set by the local government, and nothing less than success is expected for Xiaomi here with their good and affordable products.

No doubt the 30th promises big news and emotions and we will be here watching and covering every new detail.

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  1. Mohaa
    June 24, 2015

    Finally, I´m from Brazil and a big fan of Xiaomi products. I think that the price is who will lead the success or not here.

  2. balcobomber25
    June 24, 2015

    It’s going to be interesting what they sell their products for. Brazil has some of the highest foreign goods taxes in the world.

  3. User
    June 24, 2015

    Welcome Xiaomi. I’m looking forward to buy the products. It will be the beginning of the end of the dictatorship of Samsung’s products.

  4. Ian de Jager
    June 25, 2015

    Xiaomi is growing very quickly. They have a lot of potenetial, but personally I think there are more stable opppertunities in Africa, specifically South Africa. There are so many peole looking for flagship specs but can’t afford the big brand names (s6 edge costs $1300 here)

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      June 25, 2015


  5. Chico Migraña
    June 25, 2015

    excelent! hope they send to all South America, Brazil taxes are not so expensive if phones are manufactured there. Buying things made in Brazil are more cheap than all the other countries here.

  6. June 25, 2015

    Let’s see if Xiaomi will be able to have the same prices of the international market or if will be swallowed by the Brazilian tax and having to charge expensive prices for them devices.

  7. Cesar Amore
    June 25, 2015

    let see if this gonna be cheaper then others here…

  8. Angry Mobile Nerd
    June 26, 2015

    Of course they will have a found a way to sell at lower prices and undercut all the competition otherwise they probably would have skipped this market as price is their niche.

  9. User
    June 30, 2015
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