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June 07, 2014

Xiaomi puts up webpage for Philippines

We’ve reported last April that popular Chinese mobile brand, Xiaomi, is coming to our shores this year. Looks like they’re getting ready to rollout as they have already put up their wepbage for the Philippines.

The webpage is headlined as Xiaomi Pilipinas with www.mi.com/ph as its URL. There’s no content yet and only shows a photograph of Boracay, a link to the Xiaomi Philippines Facebook page, and a message saying that they’re “coming soon!”

xiaomi philippines

We’re expecting the webpage to be populated with Xiaomi products like its smartphone lineup, gadgets and accessories, once we near its local launch. For now you can check out their webpage or Like the Facebook page via the links provided above.

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16 Responses to “Xiaomi puts up webpage for Philippines”

  1. yes says:

    Patay ang cherry at myphone..

  2. yuja
    Twitter: yujatakeo
    says:

    Local Brands dropping prices i hope

  3. bongbong says:

    Any forecast sir author if ilan percent % ang difference sa China prices pag dating dito sa pinas??

  4. zapfatte says:

    Para sa price ng mga XiaoMi product bumase nalang kayo sa Malaysian at Singaporean price, tiyak may idea na kayo presyo nyan dito.

  5. Easy E says:

    Sana di pa sila huli.

  6. jojo logs says:

    may pantapat po ba sila sa moto g?

  7. ariel says:

    Matagal na nkasave ung pera ko para sa mi pad n bblhn ko mayo pa.salamat tinotoo ung pangako nla na june cla mgooperate d2 pinad. Welcome xaomi d apple of asia

  8. RaM says:

    Boycott ‘made in china’ products.

  9. tikabelle says:

    Sige bili kayo diyan para masakop na ng China mga karagatan natin sa West Philippine Sea!

    • Azul says:

      I don’t see the point of logic in your statement.. What is the correlation of Xiaomi to the Philippine territory?

    • awdog says:

      tikabelle is saying that patronizing chinese products makes their economy stronger — to put things simple.

      now if you dont see the logic there, maybe youre too dumb to understand anything worldly, frankly speaking

    • James says:

      Yah, it is true… China’s economy is stronger… Whatever brand we buy now we support their economy and China’s (since made in China lahat). If we want Philippine economy to be successful, we should start developing great product. Sa panahon ngayon hindi na uso yun bibili ng isang bagay para masuportahan ang sariling bayan. Ang uso ngayon, bibili ako kase astig, at wala ako pakialam kung saan galing yan. So sa mga Pilipino developers, gagawantayo ng isang produkto kase astig at hindi dahil Pinoy lang.

  10. jeff says:

    i bought the redmi from lazada last last month… the package came from hongkong.. everything is ok.. ganda ng phone.. isa lang ang problema.. 3g did not work. globe, smart, sun. its not working at all. i hope the version that will arrive in the philippines will have 3g compatible with philippine networks.

  11. Justin says:

    You should have done your research first before buying. Madami namang spec info ng redmi sa internet.

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