To reach its users directly, Chinese mobile maker Xiaomi has opened the first offline store ‘Me Home’ in the country. This store has been opened in Phoenix Market City located in Whitefield, Bangalore.
The company says that all the products are available in this store and it will be always available in this store at all times. In this store, M5 and Radmi Note 4 are the main products of the company. This store will be opened to customers from May 20.
Recently, Xiaomi has emerged as the second largest smartphone company in the country, with a turnover of $ 1 billion in 2016. Prior to this, the exhaustive offline store of Xiaomi has been opened in China, Hong Kong and Singapore only.
Xiaomi India’s Managing Director and Managing Director Manu Jain told reporters here that “soon offline stores will be opened in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Chennai. The company has set a target to open such 100 stores across the country in the next two years. ”
Jain said, “Our product will be sold at these stores and if they are not available at that time, then it will be possible to buy a small amount in the form of a token.”
He said, “I am the only offline form of home online online dot com. We call it a Home, because we want customers to feel at home in our store. You can come to our stores to test our products and play games. “