Xiaomi enters Thailand with MI 6 and Redmi Note 4

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has officially entered Thailand. The company has partnered with VST ECS to bring Xiaomi phones to Thai market.

Xiaomi has launched its mid-range best seller Redmi Note 4 and its flagship MI 6 in the country. Chinese company took to an event held in Bangkok, where it announced both the devices.

The VST ECS will be responsible for offline and online distribution of both the phones. They’ll take care of after sale services as well.

Xiaomi has launched 6GB RAM / 64GB storage variant of MI 6. It comes in Black color and is priced at THB 13,790 (converts to $414). Company has also announce the launch of 128GB storage variant, which is slated for September 1, 2017. Pricing of this particular model were not revealed.

Apart from Xiaomi MI 6, company has also introduced Redmi Note 4. It carries price-tag of THB 6,790 (about $700 approx.) and comes in Black or Gray colors.

Both handsets will also be available Lazada and IT City.  Former has already started selling the phone while the latter will get stocks on August 28th.

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