The world’s second-largest smartphone manufacturer has opened in Pakistan, boosting sales for Airlink and Xiaomi. Smartphones have brought us all into the digital world and have become a necessity. With access to the massive Airlink network (1000+ dealers, 4000+ merchants in over 300 locations across the country), Xiaomi will be able to deliver on its promises of better value for money.
This partnership promises lower SKD import duties/taxes as Pakistani smartphone assembly will be eliminated. Previously, taxes were over 20%. With low labor costs in the country, local manufacturing and even exporting equipment will reduce overall costs. The collaboration not only increases value for money but also generates cash for the country. The chance for new doors to emerging for exponential economic growth is rare.
Xiaomi and Airlink jointly unveiled the Redmi 9C – a locally manufactured device that brings together the best of both worlds: affordability and quality. The Redmi 9C is the latest addition to Xiaomi’s Made in Pakistan legacy, which started with device.
The Redmi 9C is also available on MiStore and Daraz, so if you want to buy it online, Xiaomi has you covered. PKR 22,999/- will get you the Made in Pakistan Redmi 9C, which will be available offline and online.
Redmi 9C Quick Specs:
|Display||6.53”HD+ Dot DotDisplay|
|Rear Camera||13MP main camera|
|Front Camera||5MP in-display front camera|
|Dimension & Weight||164.9mm x 77.07mm x 9.0mm 196g|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio G35|
|Charging||5,000mAh (typ) battery|
|Available Color||Aurora Green, Lavender Purple|