Fresh from taking aim at the UK smartphones market, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has made known its intention of venturing into more countries out of India and China where it is hugely popular.
The company announced today that it plans to officially register its presence in the Island country of Sri Lanka. The news comes via Xiaomi India head -Manu Kumar Jain who in a letter tweeted to its Sri Lanka fans promised its company will be introducing some “top-notch products” to the country on November 29, at an event tipped to be held in the city of Colombo.
We are not sure what products Xiaomi intends to first launch in the Island country, neither do we know how it intends to sell those products. However, Xiaomi official entry into any country either see it opening a local online store or a strategic partnership with local retailers both online and offline.
Speaking of the product that would be announced first at the November 29 event in Sri Lanka, the image posted alongside the tweet suggest it could be one of Xiaomi’s latest offering, specifically the Redmi Note 6 Pro.
Ayubowan Sri Lanka! #Xiaomi is officially arriving in the country!
Share your best Xiaomi memory & 5 lucky Sri Lanka Mi fans stand a chance to win passes for our upcoming event in Colombo on 29th Nov!
— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) November 21, 2018
Xiaomi recently in its aggressive expansion drive for the second time booked space in the Guinness Book of World Records for simultaneously inaugurating 500 retail stores across 14 states in India.