Chinese technology giant Shaomi will also sell its popular smartphone Redmi Note 4 offline now. Until then, the company used to sell its smartphones only via e-commerce. The company had recently said that the availability of offline in India will be increased.

In the initial period, the company will only sell it in some outlets and pre-orders have been started for this. At the moment, it is not clear which company will sell it variant offline. But according to the company, its price will be Rs 11,499.

Redmi Note 4 will be on sale at retail stores in Delhi, Jaipur and Chandigarh.

According to the company, from the last week of March, Redmi Note 4 will also be sold through the company’s official website Mi.com. The company has claimed that this smartphone will be sold in more than 700 retail stores.

Explaining offline sales, Shamomi India’s offline cell head Vipin Rana said, “We have done a lot of work in offline availability in 2016. We started with Direct Retail Model and with the preorder, we are bringing our innovation to all the people.

With this, Shaomi has now joined the few Chinese smartphone companies who sell their smartphones through retail stores in India. This news is not good for Indian smartphone companies, because first indigenous companies earn the most from offline sales. According to the recent reports, Chinese companies are continuously pursuing Indian smartphone companies.

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