According to recent reports from the head of Xiaomi Corporation, India, the company has 7 factories in India and these factories produce more than 99% of Xiaomi phones in India. In a recent interview with IANS, Manu Jain said that this is the company’s goal for India.
According to him, for India to become a global manufacturing center, it must compete with some countries. If this happens, it can probably export some of its products. At present, Xiaomi Corporation has launched a small-scale pilot program to export “Indian” Xiaomi smartphones to Bangladesh and Nepal. In addition, there are suggestions that India should also invest in laboratories for global standard testing.
Regarding the production of local Xiaomi mobile phones in India, there are claims that Xiaomi currently cooperates with Taiwan’s Foxconn and Singapore’s Flex to its own seven smartphone manufacturing plants in India. Four of them are in Andhra Pradesh, two are in Tamil Nadu, and one is in Noida. Now, Xiaomi produces more than 99% of the phones it sells in India within the country.
In addition, smartphone chargers, USB cables, and batteries are also almost 100% from India. In terms of smart TVs, in cooperation with Dixon Technologies, the company has a smart TV manufacturing plant in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. As for Xiaomi TVs in the Indian market, the company produces 85% of them within the country.