Xiaomi Kiosk Spotted Somewhere In Alabang

The return of Xiaomi in the country thru a physical store is in still in question as I already a number of notable local resellers mainly thru Facebook. As you already saw in the local tech beat of two companies trying to be the Mi authority in the country, I saw an almost fully-pledges Xiaomi kiosk in the south metro


Yes, I got these shots from their kiosk in the second floor of Starmall Alabang in the same spot that other competing were there.

They quite have a number of updated roster of Mi smartphones in showcase including the Pinecone-powered Mi 5C at Php 11,990, Redmi Note 4X, Xiaomi Mi5, Redmi 4A, Redmi 4X which has around Php 1,000 to Php 1,500 higher compared to prices on Lazada Philippines which is pretty reasonable as they are paying for the place and manpower



I also got curious on the company that handling this one and good thing, they also have a display. The company behind it is Techplus Galaxy Enterprise which has their base in Binondo. Unfortunately, they do not have a presence either online or on social media. The question remains if they also have these Mi stalls in other parts of the metro and if how they are handling the aftersales support aspect.

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July 19, 2017

Xiaomi Kiosk Spotted Somewhere In Alabang

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The return of Xiaomi in the country thru a physical store is in still in question as I already a number of notable local resellers mainly thru Facebook. As you already saw in the local tech beat of two companies trying to be the Mi authority in the country, I saw an almost fully-pledges Xiaomi kiosk in the south metro


Yes, I got these shots from their kiosk in the second floor of Starmall Alabang in the same spot that other competing were there.

They quite have a number of updated roster of Mi smartphones in showcase including the Pinecone-powered Mi 5C at Php 11,990, Redmi Note 4X, Xiaomi Mi5, Redmi 4A, Redmi 4X which has around Php 1,000 to Php 1,500 higher compared to prices on Lazada Philippines which is pretty reasonable as they are paying for the place and manpower



I also got curious on the company that handling this one and good thing, they also have a display. The company behind it is Techplus Galaxy Enterprise which has their base in Binondo. Unfortunately, they do not have a presence either online or on social media. The question remains if they also have these Mi stalls in other parts of the metro and if how they are handling the aftersales support aspect.

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