Xiaomi hikes prices for Redmi 6A, Redmi 6, Mi LED TV and Mi Power Bank 2i in India

The reason for the price hike is the depreciating value of the Indian Rupee, which fell by nearly 15 percent against the US Dollar.

Published Date
12 - Nov - 2018
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12 - Nov - 2018
 
Xiaomi hikes prices for Redmi 6A, Redmi 6, Mi LED TV and Mi Power...

Xiaomi India has hiked the prices of a few smartphones and LED TV models as well as its 10000mAh Mi Power Bank 2i in India. The price comes as the Indian Rupee depreciated further by nearly 15 percent against the US Dollar. The devices affected by Xiaomi's price hike in India are - Xiaomi Redmi 6Redmi 6A, Mi LED TV 4C Pro 32-inch, Mi LED TV 4A Pro 49-inch and Mi 10000mAh power bank. The new prices of these products were made effective from November 11, which means that customers now have to pay the revised costing if they choose to buy any of these products.

For the Redmi 6A 2GB RAM/16GB storage variant, the company has issued a price hike of Rs 600 and it will now be available at an effective price of Rs 6,599. It was launched for Rs 5,999. The Redmi 6A 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage variant will now be available for Rs 7,499 after getting a hike of Rs 500. The Redmi 6 3GB RAM/32GB storage will cost users Rs 8,499 after getting a hike of Rs 500. The Mi TV 4C Pro 32-inch gets a Rs 1,000 hike and it will now be available for Rs 15,999. It was launched for Rs 14,999 in India. The Mi TV 4A Pro 49-inch gets a Rs 2,000 increase and the price of the TV is now Rs 31,999. The 10000mAh Power Bank 2i now available for Rs 899 after getting a Rs 100 price hike.

“As you are aware, rupee has depreciated against the dollar by nearly 15 per cent since the beginning of the year, which has resulted in a significant rise in the input cost for us. To offset this, a few of our products will witness marginal price adjustment and will now move from their introductory price phase announced during their launch in September,” Xiaomi India said in a statement. Xiaomi India also noted that it has pledged that its overall hardware net profit margin will never exceed 5 percent.

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