Xiaomi is keeping true to its plans to expand further in Europe. The Chinese tech giant has reportedly opened its largest Mi Store in Central and Eastern Europe. The Mi Store is located in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. The grand opening of the store was carried out while observing COVID-19 protocols such as the use of facemasks and maintaining physical distancing.
Xiaomi’s International president Shou Zi Chew who shared the news on Twitter also disclosed that the store is the brand’s first store equipped with a service center inside. Thus, you do not only get the chance to get your favorite Mi ecosystem products, but you can also as well drop by to get your faulty Mi product repaired. This will particularly appeal more to new users who may be concerned about after-sales services and availability of parts when they are considering including a Xiaomi product on their shopping list.
The Mi Store also has a Smart Home zone that lets visitors experience Xiaomi’s ecosystem products first hand. This may be all we need to confirm that Xiaomi will soon release a majority of its ecosystem products in Europe. The brand is hoping to capitalize on Huawei’s travail to rake in more market shares in the smartphone market in Europe.
The brand had earlier hinted that it is looking to increase its offline presence in Europe. However, the drive will receive more thrust if other popular smart home and ecosystem products like the MIJIA Vacuum cleaner, electric scootersmartwatch, fitness band, smart TV, lighting, air purifiers, surveillance cameras, and others are made available to its growing fans in the region.
Although several of the ecosystem products are on display at the store’s Smart Home zone, there is no indication that they’ll all be up for grabs at the store right away. However, we expect a rich array of Mi products including the latest flagship and mid-end smartphones to be available at the new Warsaw Mi Store.
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