Last week, Xiaomi entered the UK market with the launch of select products including the Mi 8 Pro, Mi 8, Mi 8 Lite, entry-level smartphone Redmi 6A, Mi Band 3 fitness tracker, and the Mi electric scooter. The company has now opened its first physical store, Mi Store, in Westfield, London, making it the company’s first official Mi Store in the UK.

Last week, Xiaomi entered the UK market with the launch of select products including the Mi 8 Pro, Mi 8, Mi 8 Lite, entry-level smartphone Redmi 6A, Mi Band 3 fitness tracker, and Mi electric scooter.

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The company has now opened its first physical store, Mi Store, in Westfield, London, making it the company’s first official Mi Store in the UK.

The day before the company officially announced its expansion into the UK market, Xiaomi started selling its Pocophone F1 in the UK through Amazon. Now the smartphone is also available for purchase directly from the Mi Store.

Along with the Pocophone F1, the company is also selling the Redmi Note 6 Pro, which is now available in Thailand and Indonesia and is slated for launch in India on November 22nd. In the UK, the 6GB RAM + 64GB storage model of the Pocophone F1 costs £329 (approximately $422) while the 6GB RAM + 128GB internal storage model costs £349, which converts to €393.

At its Mi Store, the company is also selling two Android Ones – Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite. In the Redmi series, the Chinese company has five phones available in the UK – Redmi Note 6 Pro, Redmi 6, Redmi 6A, Redmi Note 5 and Redmi S2.

It also launched three audio products – Mi In-ear Headphones Pro 2, Mi Headphones Sports Bluetooth and Mi Headphones Comfort. It is also selling three models of its PowerBanks, and a motion-activated smart night light.

During the launch of Mi Store in London, the company announced that the first 3 customers in the store will receive amazing gifts and the first 300 customers will receive a special bag.

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