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Xiaomi starts 3rd manufacturing factory in India

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Xiaomi starts 3rd manufacturing factory in India

Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker, claimed that 95% handsets that it trades in India are made in the nation. The firm began the processes of this new manufacturing factory last month in Noida. Lately, some of the reporters had a visit to the factory to get a glance at the manufacturing operation of the firm.

Currently, the firm is only developing power banks in the factory and will later began assembling of smartphone, as well. It is the 3rd power bank manufacturing factory of the firm and a 1st one in the nation. The factory has a staff of 500 employees and the firm states that it produces 7 power banks each minute, almost 420 each hour. Just 20% to 25% of the factory at this moment is under utilization. This means that the firm can extend the operations exponentially.

Xiaomi also claimed that the operation of trialing the power banks goes via 3 layers and 9 levels of examination on the assembly line. Every batch goes via a test process and when approved, only then the power banks are rolled out to the open public.

Xiaomi starts 3rd manufacturing factory in India

Speaking of the manufacturing factory, head for India at Xiaomi Manu Jain claimed to the media, “Xiaomi India has witnessed exponential development in India and now it takes pleasure of market leadership in the segment of smartphone. I think a main reason for our achievement in the smartphone sector has been our dedication to India. We need our Mi Fans of India to take pleasure of the best quality tech at a reasonably priced rate, and developing domestically assist us attain our dream. We are expanding our promise of building a truthfully localized firm and expect to convey the ecosystem of best power banks in the world to India with our associates Hipad Technology.”

The firm also rolled out 2 power banks this week developed at this factory. The firm rolled out 10,000mAh Mi Power Bank 2i with a price tag of Rs 799. IT also rolled out 20,000mAh Mi Power Bank 2i with a price tag of Rs 1,499. Both the power banks will began trading from this month on Mi.com and they will be obtainable on Flipkart, Amazon, and all the authorized retail shops in the nation in December. Both the power banks have dual USB output, which indicates that at the same time you can charge 2 handsets employing the power banks.

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