Xiaomi’s network of offline stores keeps expanding, and now it reached the Philippines. The company opened its first Mi Store and already is setting plans for a second one.
The launch attracted more than 2,000 people, per Filipino sources. The authorized store is in partnership with Grimalkin Corporation, expected to take care of official warranties, repairs, and other after-sales support.
The Mi Store, located on the 4th floor of Trinoma Mall at Quezon City, just 10 km North-East of Downtown Manila, offers plenty of Xiaomi products, including smartphones like Redmi Note 4 and Mi Max 2. It also has Mi Notebooks, Mi Band 2, Mi WiFi Repeater 2, Mi Electric Kettle and plenty of non-tech stuff like selfie sticks, pens, and even towels.
Second Mi Store might appear at SM Megamall, but Xiaomi is keeping its lips tight on the offline stores expansion in the Philippines.