Earlier this month, Realme increased the prices of two of its smartphones in India. Today, Xiaomi also followed the same route by announcing a price hike of few of its products. Just like Realme, Xiaomi also says the falling of Indian rupee value against the dollar is the reason behind the price hike. Because the company has already hinted about the price hike, this didn’t come as a surprise. The new pricing will be effective starting tomorrow, i.e. November 11th.
While Xiaomi’s strength lies in the smartphone segment, the new pricing will be affecting only two smartphones. The newly launched Redmi 6A is currently available at Rs 5,999 for the 2GB + 16GB variant and Rs 6,999 for the 3GB + 32GB variant. After the price hike, the 2GB and 3GB RAM variants of the Redmi 6A will be costing Rs 6,599 and Rs 7,499 respectively. The price of the 3GB RAM variant of the Redmi 6 will be increased by Rs 500.
Talking about the ‘Made in India’ power banks, the 10000mAh Mi Power Bank 2i in Black color will be sold at a slightly higher of Rs 899 instead of Rs 799. Lastly, two out of the three new Mi TVs also seen a price hike. The 32-inch Mi LED TV 4C Pro will be costing Rs 15,999 starting today midnight. The Rs 2,000 price hike on the 49-inch Mi LED TV 4A Pro increases the price tag from Rs 29,999 to Rs 31,999. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!