Redmi 9C – First In The Legacy Of Made In Pakistan
The world’s second-largest smartphone manufacturer has opened a store in Pakistan, boosting Airlink and Xiaomi’s sales by a factor of ten.
As smartphones usher us all into the digital age, they are quickly becoming a requirement for everyone. With access to the enormous Airlink network (which includes over 1000+ dealers, 4000+ merchants, and is spread across more than 300 cities), Xiaomi will be able to back up its claims of higher value for money spent.
Because the smartphone assembly in Pakistan will be reduced to zero, this agreement will result in lower duties/taxes on SKD imports. Previously, the taxes were higher than 20%.
Because of the low labour costs in the country, local manufacture and even exporting of products will lower overall pricing in the future. The collaboration not only provides better value for money, but it also generates cash for the government. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for new doors to open for exponential economic growth.
The Redmi 9C, a collaboration between Xiaomi and Airlink, is the first of several in the Made in Pakistan tradition. This locally produced gadget will be available through leading distributor partners such as Phonezo, Airlink, Smartlink, and Tech Sirat, with an all-new memory variant of 4,128GB and two new colours (Aurora Green and Lavender Purple).
Xiaomi has you covered if you want to buy it online, as the Redmi 9C is also available on MiStore and Daraz. The Made in Pakistan Redmi 9C will be available both physically and online for PKR 22,999/-
Xiaomi is committed to constant innovation, high-quality user experience, and operational efficiency, as part of our aim to “make friends with users and be the coolest company in their hearts.” The company works tirelessly to provide incredible items at fair costs so that everyone in the globe can benefit from cutting-edge technology.Xiaomi Corporation was established in April 2010 and went public on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange’s Main Board on July 9, 2018. (1810.HK). Xiaomi is a consumer electronics and smart manufacturing firm with an IoT platform at its core that connects smartphones and smart gear.
Xiaomi is a top smartphone manufacturer in the globe. In the third quarter of 2021, the company’s market share in terms of smartphone shipments was ranked third in the world.
As of September 30, 2021, the business had built the world’s leading consumer AIoT (AI+IoT) platform, with over 400 million smart items connected to it, excluding smartphones and laptops. Xiaomi devices are available in over 100 countries and regions worldwide. The company made the Fortune Global 500 list for the third time in August 2021, placing 338th, up 84 places from 2020.
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