The Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has announced its arrival in Spain, where it will open its first two physical stores and its own sales space ‘on line’, which makes the state the first in Western Europe in which the Chinese company has a presence.
At an event held on Tuesday in Madrid, Xiaomi has announced the opening of its first two physical stores in the commercial centers La Vaguada and Madrid Xanadú, in the city of Madrid and in Arroyomolinos (Madrid) respectively, which will open their doors next Saturday November 11th.
In addition, Xiaomi has also opened in Spain its own official ‘on line’ store, mi.com.
The Chinese company will also sell its products from this date through the websites of AliExpress and Amazon, as well as Carrefour, MediaMarkt and PhoneHouse stores, to which the products will arrive in physical form on November 22nd.
Specifically, these are some of the products for sale in Spain:
– Mi Mix 2: 499 euros
– My A1: 229 euros
– My 6: 449 euros
– Redmi Note 4: 164 euros
– Redmi 4A: 99 euros
– Redmi 4X: 149 euros
– Scooter My Electric Scooter: 349.99 euros
– My Band Bracelet 2: 24,99 euros
– Mi Box multimedia player: 74.99 euros
– My Action Camera 4K action camera: 134,99 euros
Xiaomi is currently the fifth best-selling smartphone brand in the world, with more than 280 million active users and 60 million connected to the Mi ecosystem, according to company data.