Why Xiaomi has big plans in India's smartphone market

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Another noteworthy aspect of Xiaomi's Sri city plant is that it employs more than 5,000 people and among them, 90 percent are women. The device will be backed by a 4000mAh battery.

Smartphone maker Xiaomi today said it has tied up with Hipad Technology for third-party manufacturing of its power banks in India. It likewise claims 'fake' Mi Power Banks wind up offering a great deal in the market and plans to battle this by including a 'Mi' hologram to packaging 'Made in India' Power Banks. Volume rocker keys and power button will be placed on the right side.

In the imaging department, there are two 12-megapixel shooters at the rear - one wide-angle lens and one telephoto lens.

Essentially, users need to scratch the authentication label and enter the 20-digit security code on Xiaomi's website - https://www.mi.com/verify/#secur_en. Both the devices are manufactured in India.

Based on the information provided in a blog post, a Cashify team will then inspect the old smartphone and quote a price which depends on the condition the smartphone is in.

"We started talking about producing our power banks in India close to a year back with Hi Pad". While some believe it is a variant of the Note 5 with 'i' standing for India. For the rest of the amount, a user can make either cash payment or debit or credit card. If you don't want to test out the upcoming beta updates from Xiaomi on your phone, only then you can update your device with the official stable update, MIUI 9. It also gets features like portrait mode, background blur, and 2x optical zoom like the iPhone 7 Plus. Inside the unit we can find high density lithium polymer batteries and two USB output ports out of which one supports Quick Charge 3.0.

Upon the recent shipping of the Snapdragon 636 chipsets, it is expected that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 will be ready by the end of 2017 or early 2018.

The update is available for 6 major smartphones and a few older devices which was released after 2012.

Even though Xiaomi was pretty late to step foot in the Indian market, it didn't take the company much time to expand its foothold in the country.