Xiaomi Redmi MI Smart TV Price Hike in India

Xiaomi redmi mi smarttv price hike in india

Xiaomi The company has been falling victim to criticism from Indian users continuously for several days. The reason for this criticism is that the company has increased the prices of its smartphone models. In the past weeks, the prices of about half a dozen Mi SmartPhones have increased and only yesterday the price of the company’s Redmi 9 Power and Redmi 9A has also increased. After mobile phones, now the company has given a big blow to its fans in the television market as well. The company has increased the prices of its 9 smart TV models simultaneously and the price of smart television has increased by up to Rs 4,000.

Xiaomi redmi mi smarttv price hike in india

effect of corona

Due to the Corona epidemic, there is a shortage of components and parts in the global market itself, due to which their prices are increasing. Due to non-availability of parts, the supply chain is getting affected and the production cost is increasing. Xiaomi recently made a statement that it is worried about the lack of supply chain since last year. The Chinese tech company is finding it difficult to procure parts for smartphones, smart TVs and other devices.

Due to increase in demand and decrease in supply, the cost of smartphones, smart TVs and other parts such as chipsets, displays, display drivers, back panels, batteries are increasing rapidly. Along with this, the company also said that the shipping charges have also increased in the last few days.

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From my writing to your reading, everything is technology. Kamal Kant believes that technology, whether new or old, shows and teaches something new everyday. This thinking towards technology inspired Kamal to enter the technology world. During his 10 years of experience in the field of journalism, he has been associated with various reputed institutions and has worked on all the three media platforms – Print, Electronics and Digital Media.


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