Chinese tech brand, Xiaomi, has finally increased its reach as its network of offline stores has been expanded into the Philippines.
The company has already opened just another Mi store in the country with plans in the works for the opening of a second one.
The launch of the Mi Store in the Philippines attracted a little over 2,000 people according to Filipino sources.
The tech company was also reported to have entered a partnership deal with Grimalkin Corporation, a company which is expected to cater for the Chinese tech brand’s official warranties, repairs, and other after-sales support.
The first Mi Store in the Philippines was officially declared open on the 4th floor of Trinoma Mall at Quezon City. The store is located just 10km North-East of Downtown Manila.
Some of the Xiaomi products offered by the tech brand in the newly opened Mi Store include smartphones which range from the Redmi Note 4 and Mi Max 2, Notebooks and others.