Xiaomi and Airlink have collaborated to bring you the Redmi 9C, the first of many more to come in the Made in Pakistan heritage. When Xiaomi, the world’s second-largest smartphone manufacturer, opened a branch in Pakistan, sales for Airlink and Xiaomi skyrocketed with orders from all over the world. As cellphones usher us all into the digital age, they have proven to be a requirement for everyone in the modern world. With access to the enormous Airlink network (which consists of over 1000 dealers and 4000 shops spread throughout more than 300 cities across the country), Xiaomi will be able to demonstrate that it is true to its words when it claims to provide more value for money.
As a result of this collaboration, customs and taxes on SKD imports will be decreased, as the smartphone assembly in Pakistan will be cut to zero. Previously, the taxes were in excess of 20% of the total. Because of the low labour costs in the country, local manufacturing and even exporting of medical devices in the future will help to lower the overall cost of living in the country. Not only does the collaboration result in greater value for money, but it also generates cash for the country. This is an extremely rare situation, and it presents itself as a potential for new doors to open in the direction of exponential economic growth.
Redmi 9C Quick Specs:
|Display||6.53” HD+ Dot DotDisplay|
|Rear Camera||13MP main camera|
|Front Camera||5MP in-display front camera|
|Dimension & Weight||164.9mm x 77.07mm x 9.0mm 196g|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio G35|
|Charging||5,000mAh (Typ) battery|
|Available Color||Aurora Green, Lavender Purple|
The Redmi 9C, which is manufactured in Pakistan, will be available both offline and online for a price of PKR 22,999/-