AnonD-432482, 22 Aug 2015Please launch in Ghana fast, I did not think this will happen soon. I have been using Sony/Son... morePerfect post!
I've been waiting to see them here in Ghana be it brick-and-mortar store or online store.
I need to get the Redmi Note 5 pro asap
AnonD-432482, 24 Aug 2015Thanks man, will try that.AliExpress or HonorBuy or iBuyGou
This is exciting. This is good news for mobile innovation and expansion in Africa.
@ Thenerd... I agree, these guys must have seen a South African Parliamentary broadcast on the TV.= and thus assume, it's a jungle
thenerd, 24 Aug 2015I hate these misinformed pricks who think Africa is one massive jungle+2
Good to know.
Suggestion: have some manufacturing facilities in Africa to lower the purchase cost to Africans, and give jobs to people as well.
biswa, 22 Aug 2015please first lunch redmi note 2 & redmi note 2 prime at INDIA. breakfast n dinner
Akoba , 22 Aug 2015How? Which online store? I am interested. From AliExpress
Xiaomi, come to Kenya running. I want to see whether you manage to steal me away from Samsung.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2015Africa don't even have the standard internet requirement for HTC, Asus or Oneplus to market th... moreWho told Africa Doesn't have internet standard? the right word was Part Of Africa NOT the whole of Africa.
Xiaomi should speed things up and start selling in Africa, especially in Ghana because SAMSUNG is over Ghana with their device which we're tired of it.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2015Africa don't even have the standard internet requirement for HTC, Asus or Oneplus to market th... moreWho told you Africa does not operate 3G and 4G with the required industry standards? You have to note that Nokia-Siemens Networks, Huawei & ZTE are given contracts to build the 3G and 4G wireless networks in Africa. Note that unlike the U.S. and EU, phones are not specifically made for this market and most networks ensure that they support at least 95% of all global network bands. Keep in mind that Safaricom Kenya has the fastest 4G network in the world (100+ Mbps practically tested and approved). So stop hating and we welcome Xiaomi to take on the likes of Samsung and Huawei.