Xiaomi is the world’s third-largest smartphone maker, after Apple and Samsung
Xiaomi handsets from China are said to be imported to US for selling them online this week the imported phones will not include Xiaomi’s latest devices such as the high-end Mi
high-speed 4G networks cannot be runned on the phone in US
US Mobile said it would also sell a handset from another giant Chinese manufacturer, Meizu
PC Mag UK said the phones that US Mobile would make available online would include the Xiaomi Redmi 2 for $119 (£82.50), the Xiaomi Mi 3 for $135, the Meizu Note 2 for $149, and the Xiaomi Mi 4 for $219
“There are no plans to sell smartphones through any authorised distributors in the US,” a spokeswoman said
Xiaomi is considerd as China’s Apple its well known in all parts of Asia and it has a fraction of costs as an iPhone. Beijing-based giant launched an online store for US customers offering products such as headphones the previous year
Mi 4i phone was launched on April 4 in India, its top market after mainland China, before introducing its phones to markets in Hong Kong, Singapore and Brazil.Tis phone is quote famous in the Asain countries but not famous in US until this week.
“US consumers have traditionally had to compromise to afford incredible devices,” said US Mobile founder and chief executive Ahmed Khattak.
“Now, with the launch of our marketplace, we are thrilled to offer complete range of exceptional smartphones for low monthly payments and to give our customers access to exceptional phones otherwise not available in the US
T-Mobile network is used by US mobile and prides itself on providing its customers inexpensive contract-free services for all kinds of handsets. The carrier said it would provide service and support for the Chinese-made phones.Now the people in US can experience Xiaomi which is going Global.