After Realme, Xiaomi has announced to launch its local assembly plant in Pakistan in 3 to 4 months.
By Sayyed Shehzer Abbas
The Chinese tech giant, Xiaomi will soon be launching its local assembly unit in Pakistan. The company has targeted to open this facility in three to four months. This new local assembly unit will soon help in boosting the company’s phone manufacturing pace and provide room for employment in the local smartphone industry in the country.
The Pakistani smartphone market currently has 40 million smartphone users, and this number is still climbing. It is one of the largest phone importers bringing in a huge amount of cellphones to cover its market size. Smartphone manufacturing companies like Xiaomi, Samsung, Vivo, Oppo, Infinix are dominant on the cellphone industry. A local assembly unit of one of the main cell phone brands will end up being a significant advancement as far as saving foreign exchange on cell phone imports.
Xiaomi is one of the main cellphones and AIoT brands in the country. Although the company do not sell much of its high-end phones in the country, but their presence is highly noticeable in the budget phones category. Xiaomi along with other smartphone manufacturers like Oppo, Vivo, Tecno has a huge customer base, and it is still growing. Xiaomi’s local assembly plant will assist Xiaomi with further developing Pakistanis’ admittance to reasonable and dependable technology products.
Note that Realme likewise reported recently that the company has launched its own local assembly plant in Lahore. The trial of Realme products assembled locally in Lahore has effectively caused an extensive value to drop in a portion of the company’s products.
Budget friendly products are Xiaomi’s trademark and the critical explanation for its expanding business in Pakistan. The launch of company’s very own local assembly plant will not only boost the company sales but also produce job opportunities in the country. Moreover, we can also expect that Pakistan would be able to export phones in the near future.