Xiaomi set to enter Indonesia ‘in a couple of months’
The Xiaomi bandwagon were live in Jarkata, Indonesia, for the International Cellular Show (ICS) and a lot of things were shed light upon.
Hugo Barra, who headed the team on their visit to the south Asian country told journalists that Xiaomi products is currently undergoing testing and approval processes by Indonesian electronic authorities and that should be done ” in a couple of months”.
Hugo, who ditched his VP job at Google where he overlooked the entire Android OS ecosystem to work with Xiaomi cited that naturally, products are a tad bit costlier in Indonesia than in neighboring countries due to government policies and taxes, and that Xiaomi products wouldn’t be any different but shouldn’t exceed a 10 increment compared to other countries.
He further sated that Xiaomi devices will hit Indonesia with special local language customizations in tow when they come, and that Xiaomi will introduce at least 15 customer care centers in the country.
Indonesia is one of the 10 markets where Xiaomi said they’ll be penetrating with their uber-cheap smartphones by the end of this year. The company has since started selling their products in Malaysia.
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