Xiaomi’s VP, Hugo Barra, took off the lid over the company’s plans to bring their flagship, Mi 5 to India. To a thunderous applause of over 8000 fans at the Talkatora stadium, in Lucknow India, Barra revealed that Xiaomi had already gotten over 16 million registrations for the Mi 5 in China and that next, it plans to bring the flagship phone to Indian users in a month’s time.
Along with this, Hugo Barra also revealed the company’s plans to sell in the country the beautiful looking Mi Bluetooth Speakers for Rs 1999 and Mi Powerbank which can hold a charge of up to 20000mAh.
The Xiaomi Mi 5 upon launch in the country will be[source]
available in three variants. The Mi 5 (32GB storage
and 3GB RAM) is priced at RMB 1999 (Approx Rs
21,000), the Mi 5 64GB variant is priced at RMB
2299 (Approx Rs 24,000) and the Mi 5 Pro with 128GB storage and 4GB RAM will be available for a price of RMB 2699 (Approx Rs 28,500).