Xiaomi presents an innovative new trade-in plan which will aim to draw Apple iPhone customers to turn into Xiaomi smartphone owners.

The organization is seriously pushing its hottest flagship devices, the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro, and desires to capture  iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus users into the Mi Note network by replacing their devices.

Xiaomi Presents An Innovative New Trade-in Plan By Swapping Apple Devices With Their Flagships:

The plan is apparently a sensible move from the company, which clearly touts its most up-to-date items as strong competitors to the iPhone. Some actually make reference to them as the “Apple of China” due to the prominent resemblance in the design and style between Xiaomi’s smartphones and Apple’s.

In 2014, Xiaomi relished an enormous success after turning out to be the 3rd largest smartphone manufacturer worldwide, overtaking other reputable brands like LGHTC, Lenovo and Motorola in the race. The organization plans to render it more substantial this year with the declaration of a slew of upcoming products. Portion of that plan is to sell off one hundred million units within the full-year and also grow to other markets beyond Asia.

Xiaomi is being manufacturing its devices a solid contest to Samsung and Apple from the start. One of them is the former flagship Mi 4 device, which the firm has set against the Galaxy S5 and Apple’s iPhone.

Xiaomi is once more holding a face-off with the Cupertino-based company with its most recent flagship devices, the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro. The Mi Note and Mi Note Pro are 5 .7-inch phablets that feature outstanding specifications however, are definitely more reasonably priced when compared to the latest flagship devices from Apple. The firm actually referred the brand new phablets the “most epic flagship phone of the year.”

The Mi Note is expected to strike the market in China on Jan 27 whilst the more robust Mi Note Pro is coming in late March. It appears as though Xiaomi really wants to create a lot of noise with the launch of their upcoming products by hoping to get the concentration of iPhone customers with their declaration of the trade-in plan. Undoubtedly, the timing of the announcement appeared to be a well-planned trading strategy.

Furthermore, the Xiaomi development team is also focusing on an app to help make it easier for iPhone users to switch to Xiaomi. With the aid of the app, users should be able to migrate their data and also sync their contacts. Merging will be very easy and clients are guaranteed that simply no contacts will be duplicated.


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