Now Xiaomi comes up with Mi Diwali sale
Chinese company Xiaomi has started selling its products through offline retail outlets and its own branded stores, but the focus on online market still remains strong. After the recently concluded Big Billion Days sale by Flipkart and Great Indian Festival sale by Amazon, Xiaomi has come up with a three-day Diwali with Mi sale (27-29 September) on its own online store Mi.com offering discounts on smartphones, power banks, fitness band and WiFi routers.
Besides direct discounts, there are plenty of other deals which can save you a few bucks. SBI credit and debit card users will get an extra 5% cashback on transactions of more than Rs8,000. The bid to win offer allows users to bid for a product (the bid cannot be more than the actual price of the product) and take away a product at a lower price. Xiaomi is also giving away discount coupons of up to Rs500 on accessories bough through the Mi shopping app.
Here are some of the top deals that are worth taking a look.
Redmi Note 4
Rs 10,999 (earlier Rs 12,999)
One of the highest selling smartphones of this year, as per IDC, the Redmi Note 4 is one of the few budget smartphones to be driven by Qualcomm mid-range Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor and can handle heavy tasks and games with ease. The deal is valid on the 64GB + 4GB RAM and 32GB+3GB RAM variants. The Redmi Note 4 runs Android 7.0 with MIUI 8.5, has a 5.5-inch Full HD (1,920x1,020p) display and is powered by a 4,100mAh battery.
Rs 9,499 (Rs 10,999)
The Redmi 4 has a similar metal design and packs a big 4,100mAh battery as the Redmi Note 4. Despite that it feels compact and handy. However, it offers a smaller 5-inch HD (1,280x720p) screen and runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 octa-core processor. This is the top variant of the Redmi 4 and provides 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. It runs Android 7.0 with MIUI 8.5 over it.
Mi Max 2
Rs 14,999 (earlier Rs 16,999)
The Mi Max 2 is a truly big screen smartphone with a 6.4-inch Full HD (1,920x1,080p) display with Gorilla Glass 3. It packs in a big 5,300mAh battery too, yet looks thinner (7.6mm) than most smartphones. Powering the smartphone is the dependable Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor paired with 4GB RAM. Internal storage stands at 64GB which is expandable to up to 256GB via microSD card. The Mi Max 2 runs Android 7.0 with MIUI 9.
Mi Power Bank 2
Rs 899, (Rs 1,199)
The second generation Mi Power Bank has a capacity of 10,000mAh yet it doesn’t look thick or feel bulky. It’s only 14.1mm thick and is easy to carry around. The anodised aluminium exterior gives it a rugged feel and premium look. It can output up to 12V/1.5A and charge a smartphone with 3,000mAh battery three times in one go. It comes with USB type-C, micro USB and USB type-C connectors.
Mi Router 3C
Rs 899 (earlier Rs 1,199)
The recently launched 2.4GHz Mi Router 3C runs on MediaTek MT7628N chipset, with 64MB of RAM. Most routers at this price point offer 8MB RAM only. The Xiaomi router comes with four high-performance antennas with a combined strength of 20dBi. This improves its range and ensures better internet speeds across your home. It is also easy to set up and can be configured with a smartphone using the Mi Wi-Fi app (free download on Android and iOS).
Mi Air Purifier 2
Rs 8,499 (earlier Rs 9,999)
The Mi Air Purifier 2 is a smart device and can be connected to a Wi-Fi network and controlled from anywhere in the home through a smartphone using the Mi Home app (free download on Android and iOS). The purifier has a high 310m3/h CADR (clean air delivery rate) which makes it ideal for big living rooms. Due to its circular design and the top position of the vent it can circulate clean air quickly in the room.