Xiaomi Mi Max gets official price cut in the Chinese market
In the Chinese market, the Xiaomi Mi Max has had an official price cut which means that even more people can get it for lesser prices. Starting already, you can get all the variants of the smartphone for RMB 200 less than they would have already costed you, meaning an equivalent of $30 according to the prevailing exchange rates.
For this kind of price cut, it means that you would be getting the Mi Max model which has the QUALCOMM snapdragon 635 chipset and pairs that with some 3GB of RAM would now sell for RMB 1,299 (about $195), which is a reduction from the price of RMB 1499 that it originally launched with.
The device which was launched back in May of this year is not a pushover in the market because under a period of just two months, they were able to ship more than 1.5 million units of the smartphone. To get this discount, you would need to make a purchase via any of their official websites in china.
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