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Xiaomi Nigeria confirms launch event on April 24, Mi 9 and Redmi Note 7 expected

13 April 2019 4

From the look of the things, the Chinese giant Xiaomi is looking for another global expansion. A couple of months ago Xiaomi established African Regional Department which hints the company is gearing to enter the African market. Well, it seems like the company is all set to enter the first African country. Xiaomi's first stop in the African market will be Nigeria. The company confirms the products launch event on April 24th in Lagos.

The launch event is confirmed via the official Xiaomi Facebook account. Although the phone appeared in the teaser is blurred but it seems like a flagship phone. If the guess is accurate we can expect the Mi 9 at the event. At the moment Mi 9 and Mi 9 SE global variants are available but there is a solid reason to believe Xiaomi will present the Mi 9.

The Xiaomi Nigeria official Twitter account recently shared images of Mi 9 anniversary celebration. Fortunately, the images watermark hints regarding the products Xiaomi is gearing to announce. The watermark confirms the images are captured using the flagship Mi 9 and Redmi Note 7.


Its good to see Xiaomi will be offering the latest best flagship and its subsidiary Redmi will offer the latest mid-range phone for the Nigerian market. The company will announce at least these two phones at the event, we can expect more products as well. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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