Xiaomi will take pre-orders on its official website Mi.com to keep the sales going on. Xiaomi Users Can Pre-Order Products Amid Lockdown. Xiaomi is playing safe and has stated that deliveries will take place after the lockdown period.
Xiaomi Users Can Pre-Order Products Amid Lockdown:
In case the Government extends the lockdown time, Xiaomi will still follow the words they have stated and deliver products after lockdown.
Xiaomi has also marked that deliveries will be subject to prevailing local restrictions.
Samsung and Vivo these two companies are also taking pre-orders similar to Xiaomi.
Realme’s Offline And Online Operations On Hold:
Realme has suspended all sorts of online and offline operations. Major smartphone companies are trying hard to cope up with the financial issues caused by the extending of lockdown.
The core competitor of Xiaomi, Realme has also suspended all offline and online operations until the lockdown period. Realme users will not be able to pre-order Realme products, and it will continue in the future if the government extends the lockdown period.
However, the government is trying to help the companies in the second phase of lockdown by giving liberty to small retailers to operate with precautionary measures.
E-Commerce Websites Asks Permission From Government To Grant Delivery Permission:
E-Commerce platforms like Amazon and Flipkart are just delivering essential products to customers. The delivery of non-essential goods is banned sue to the coronavirus pandemic. However, Amazon and Flipkart have urged the government to allow deliveries of non-essential items which will aid the company, retailers, and employees in challenging times. However, the Government has not released any official notice regarding the delivery of non-essential goods.
Smartphones – Part Of Essential Commodity:
Smartphones are one of the most crucial parts of human life. The India Cellular and Electronics Association (ICEA) has urged the government to include smartphones in the essential commodities list.