After bringing the Xiaomi Mi 6 to Hong Kong earlier this week, the Chinese company is now bringing the device into the Russian market as well. Along with the Mi 6 flagship, the Chinese company had also launched their best-selling Mi Max 2 in Russia as well.
The Mi Max 2 will be coming with a price tag of 19,990 Rubles ($339), while the Mi 6 had been tagged with a more hefty price of 29,990 Rubles ($508). Similar to the case of Hong Kong, this pair of Russian-bound smartphones will cost slightly more as compared to the price in the home market.
With the recent launch of the Mi 6 and Mi Max 2 in Hong Kong and Russia, we do the duo to reach more markets in the coming weeks. In the mean time, we’re still waiting for more information of the upcoming Mi 6 Plus which has been around the rumor mills for quite some time.