Xiaomi scales back international expansion until 2015

Team AndroGuru
April 21, 2016
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Earlier in April, Xiaomi had big great and massive plans for 2014 regarding the expansion of the company on an international level. Later it was announced that the company would enter ten new markets by the end of the year which would include India, Mexico, Thailand, Vietnam, Brazil, Russia, Turkey, Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia. Xiaomi Mi4

You might be knowing that the company has managed to enter some of the above countries, Xiaomi will not be able to complete the entire list this year.

Having a strategy already laid down, the company plans to focus on Indonesia and India this year completely as they have already step foot in. Hugo Barra stated that Xiaomi will expand slowly after bringing all the products to the previous one and so on. By knowing about this from the VP of Xiaomi, we can say that the Mi4 will be seen on sale in more places across India and Indonesia soon.

As planned to continue one at a time, the next country will be Brazil in the first half of 2015. Later on in time are Russia, Thailand, Mexico and Turkey. We do not have any fixed timeline for the countries to be seeing the inception of Xiaomi products and hope that it will be soon after Brazil is happy with all the products just like India is moving on.

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