After a successful opening of Xiaomi Redmi smartphones in the Indian electronics market, the Chinese electronics maker Xiaomi is all set to manufacture Mi LED TVs thus giving a tough competition to other smart LED television manufacturer.
The new manufacturing unit of Mi LED TV will be set up in Tirupati with the collaboration of Noida based company Dixon and it was inaugurated by state CM N. Chandrababu Naidu.
At the inauguration ceremony of new Mi LED TV, Naidu said that “I have a vision of making Tirupati an IT hub, offering a one-stop solution for leading electronics players encompassing the entire life cycle of an ecosystem in electronics from design to death”.
He added, “I am delighted to welcome Xiaomi, the undisputed leader of ‘Smart TVs’ in India, along with Dixon Technologies to the holy city of Tirupati and to the family of other leading electronics players that will help showcase the state as an example of transparent governance”.
According to the company sources, the 32 acres Mi LED TV plant will employ 850 people and it will be manufacture 1,00,000 Mi LED TVs per month. It will embed with the voice assistance, Mi air purifier 2S, Home security camera and talk back feature.
Manu Jain, Vice President of Xiaomi at the launching said that “After a successful smartphone journey, we are beginning a new chapter with Mi LED TV manufacturing in India”.
He further added, “We are already that number one Smart TV brand in India, and we hope that with our increased focus on local manufacturing, we would be able to increase our supply and reach out to many more Mi fans”.
The first edition of Mi LED TV will be lunch in two models- Mi LED Smart TV 4A 80 cm (32-inch) and Mi LED Smart TV 4A 180 cm (43-inch).
Xiaomi has stepped into the Indian telecom market in 2015 and has six manufacturing plant in India presently including in Tamil Nadu, Noida, Andhra Pradesh.