Chinese smartphone poster boy Xiaomi, which also happens to be one of the most valued tech startups in the world right now, has announced that it will launch the beta version of its Mi Store in US, UK, France and Germany on May 19.
The online store of the company will be set live on May 19 at 01:00 PM CEST. All of Xiaomi’s power banks, both 5,200 mAh and 10,400 mAh will be available, along with Mi Band, an activity tracker and Mi Headphone.
The 5,200 mAh power bank is priced at $9.99 while the 10,400 mAh power bank is priced at $13.99. The Mi Band will be available for just $14.99 and the Mi Headphone will be available for $79.99. You can read our comprehensive MiBand review here, wherein Yashaswi rated the smartband at an impressive 4.1 out of 5.
However, Xiaomi will continue to work on its hugely successful flash sales model, with the company already announcing that the quantity of the products is very limited, so if you are planning to buy any one of them, you will have to be quick to purchase.
In mobile accessories and other related products, the company also has Mi Piston Earphones, Mi Router, Mi TV, Mi TV Box and Yi Action Camera. It also has products in Smart Home segment, which includes its critically applauded Air Purifier, Blood Pressure Monitor, Smart Lightbulb, Smart Webcam, Smart Scale and Power Strip. However, these products won’t be available as of now.
Xiaomi, which is the third largest smartphone maker in the world is currently selling its devices in select countries of Asia, which include China, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines.
The current flagship smartphone of the company is Mi Note Pro. However, taking a cue from Apple’s budget friendly (not really though) iPhone 5C, the company recently launched Mi 4i, a toned-down version of its flagship Mi4 device, at a global launch event in India.