Xiaomi's Mi Fan Festival Is Ongoing In China, The Company Aims To Sell 2 Million Devices Today

Xiaomi has turned 5 years old two days ago. This China-based smartphone manufacturer has held its anniversary event about a week ago and has announced a number of new products. Well, the company's Mi Fan Festival is taking place today, and Xiaomi has put those devices up for sale today, along with a ton of older devices which are now discounted (well, most of them). In case you live in China, you might want to visit the company's official webpage (source link below) and check out what's up for sale.

It would take a lot of time to list all the devices that are listed on the company's webpage at the moment, there are a lot of them. It's important to note that the company's recently-announced (fifth anniversary) devices are all there. As far as smartphones go, The Pink version of Xiaomi Mi Note is now available for 2,499 Yuan ($403), the Leadcore-powered Redmi 2A will set you back 499 Yuan ($80) and the 2GB version of Xiaomi Mi 4 is priced at 1,699 Yuan ($274). Keep in mind that the Redmi 2A will cost 599 Yuan ($97) starting tomorrow, so this is a unique opportunity to get this device if you're interested and live in China. The 55-inch Ultra HD Mi TV 2 is also listed and costs 4,999 Yuan ($806). Xiaomi's Smart Scale and Power Strip are also listed and cost 99 ($16) and 49 Yuan ($8), respectively. Older Xiaomi devices are also listed there, from smartphones and smart TVs to all kinds of accessories and the Mi Pad tablet. Visit the source link down below if you live in China and are interested in checking these devices out.

Xiaomi is aiming to sell 2 million smartphones today, which is very optimistic by the company. Something else you might want to keep in mind, is that Xiaomi competitors will also offer promotions today. Huawei will put a number of their Honor 6 Plus smartphones and Honor X2 tablets on sale while Meizu will make some offers as well. If you live in China and are looking to buy a new smartphone or an accessory, today might be the day to do that.

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