Redmi Note 4 Offline sale in India

Xiaomi Starting Offline Sales Of Redmi Note 4 In India

Despite of the fact that Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has been selling very well in India, it was only available in flash sales on the company’s website and Flipkart. When Chinese manufacturer launched Redmi Note 4 in India they sold over one million units in just 45 days. But this number will surely rise immensely if the device is made available in offline market as well.

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And guess what???? The company has announced that users are now able to pre-order the device from March 14 -17 at large format retailers and from March 16 – 21 at offline stores in Delhi, Jaipur and Chandigarh. Whereas sale will start from tomorrow onwards through Offline retail stores in Delhi and Jaipur for Redmi Note 4. But, the sad news is that you’ll have to pay a little more money at an offline store. This device starts at INR 9,999 (~NPR 16000) for (2GB RAM + 32GB ROM) variant when purchasing online, but Redmi Note 4 will cost INR 11,499 (~NPR 18400) while we purchase it offline. Although there is no information yet which variant of Redmi Note 4 will be available for offline Retail stores in India.

Redmi Note 4 Offline sale in India
Redmi Note 4 Offline sale in India

Looking at its price this device offers a lot. Redmi Note 4 comes with 5.5 inch full HD display along with Snapdragon 625 chipset, 13MP Rear camera, 5MP front camera, fingerprint scanner and 4100mAh battery. A sporty metal body Note 4 is available in Gold, Grey and Black color option. Get discounted tickets and flight updates with free visa assistance at in 2019.

This device comes in three different variants. You can get a 2GB RAM and 32GB of storage model or a 3GB RAM and 32GB storage model, or the one with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

Now talking about Nepali market, Mi Nepal has been selling Redmi Note 4 MTK variant at Rs.26999 for 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM variant and Rs.29999 for 3GB RAM + 64GB ROM variant. We still don’t have any news when Mi Nepal will launch Redmi Note 4 SD variant in Nepal.

So what do you think about Xiaomi slowly moving towards offline markets? Let us know you thoughts in the comment section below.

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