Black Friday, a perfect time for U.S. consumers to get their hands on some great stuff for less cash than usual. Products are discounted throughout the US, including technology of course. There are tons of deals for consumers in the United States, but how about the rest of the world? Well, certain countries around the world actually do offers special deals, like the UK for example. But most other don't. That's where internet shopping comes in. Online retailers like XiaomiShop actually have warehouses in Europe, so if you live somewhere in Europe, you can just purchase what you want and it will arrive directly to you. Luckily, XiaomiShop also offers certain discounts as part of Black Friday.
If you wanted to purchase Xiaomi's flagship, the Mi4, but it was too expensive for you or you were just waiting for some sort of discount, this might be your chance to get it. Xiaomi Mi4's price is now reduced from $489.99 to $379.99, Mi3 is also discounted to only $289.99. If you're looking for something even more affordable, then Xiaomi's Redmi Note (LTE version) might suit your needs, its price is now only $179.99. These are not the only items that are discounted though, a ton of Xiaomi accessories are currently being sold at reduced prices, so if you're interested, visit the source link down below and shop away.
Xiaomi Mi4 features a 5-inch 1080p display along with 3GB of RAM and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor. Many people would agree this is a great deal for just $380 and I tend to agree with that. Also consider you get a premium-built smartphone here, metal trim and everything. As long as you can live with MIUI OS, all of these handsets are really affordable now. Xiaomi Mi3 is also a great device too. Same goes for the Xiaomi Redmi Note. Keep in mind this is an LTE version of Redmi Note, which basically means you get more RAM here than on a regular version, 2GB compared to the 1GB on the regular version of Redmi Note. Let us know if you decide to purchase either of these products, deals like these don't come around very often, especially in Europe.