Xiaomi Mi Band 2, Mi Air Purifier 2 officially launched in India

In the press event which Xiaomi is currently holding in New Delhi, India, Xiaomi have just announced that both the Mi band 2 and Mi Air Purifier 2 are officially coming to the country.

Xiaomi Mi Band 2 India Pricing

Xiaomi Mi Band 2 Price India

The Xiaomi Mi Band 2 will be on sale for 1999 INR ($30) and can be bought at Mi.com from September 27th.

While the Mi Air Purifier 2 will go on sale on September 26th for 9,999 INR (also from Mi.com) and its replacement filters for 2,499 INR.

Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2 India

Both gadgets have been around for a while in the Chinese market, but this is the first time either of the two are being launched in a market outside of China.

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This also marks Xiaomi’s foray of the Mi Ecosystem (aka MiJia) in India, which many consider as Xiaomi’s second biggest market after China. We’ve tested the Mi Band 2 in the past; if you’re interested in getting one, you can head over to the Mi Band 2 review to learn more.

Xiaomi also demoed a few of their other MiJia products, including the new Mi Robot Vacuum, the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air, the smartphone controlled Yeelight table lamp, routers, and more.


Xiaomi Mi Notebook India

Xiaomi Yeelight India

While there was no official timeline (or decision) announced for these products, Xiaomi did seem pretty kicked about MiJia/Mi Ecosystem in India and it won’t really be a surprise if many of these items see an India launch in the coming months. Meanwhile, check out the other stuff Xiaomi make.

Yash contributed to this post.

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  1. vijay sud
    September 22, 2016

    Xiaomi is reaaly going all out to get hold of Indian market. I live high up in Pure Himalayan Air so no Air Purification needed, but come 27th, will surely get Mi Band 2 to replace my trusty Mi Band, which served me so well past whole year and waked many hundreds of Kilometres with me., With nary a hiccup.

  2. nicholas joseph
    September 22, 2016

    Darn it Xiaomi.
    I’m pissed at them because in Malaysia:
    1. No official mi band 2
    2. No official mi max 128
    Their official Xiaomi Malaysia website is like a deadzone.