Xiaomi to open its first Mi store in Italy

Ivan, 30 January 2018

Xiaomi is looking to open a physical store in Milan soon. The maker posted a "Ciao! Italia" picture to its global Facebook page (and subsequently deleted it) indicating its intentions.

The brick and mortar store in Milan will follow those in Greece, Spain and India.

By adding a local store Xiaomi will offer a local warranty service and not require people to ship the phone outside of the country.

There's no official word on what Xiaomi will sell through its physical store but if its Spain operation is any indication it could sell Mi and Redmi phones as well as other tech and accessories.

Source | Via


Reader comments

  • DD
  • 31 Jan 2018
  • mgU

UK is clearly the market they need to get into. Perhaps they don't have the resources as yet, so they are inching into Europe in smaller markets.

  • marius
  • 31 Jan 2018
  • 0Ue

There is one opening this week in Romania too http://www.gadget-talk.ro/2018/01/12/xiaomi-deschide-primul-magazin-fizic-romania/

If it is a problem of SoC useage they may be able to get into the US market tho. Samsung needs to use Snapdragon chips in the US while they use exynos chips everywere else. Huawei has Hisilicon chips (Kirin lineup), which may not be allowed in th...

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