Xiaomi is a Chinese brand, which began its journey in the electronics business starting from smartphones. It gained quite a lot of success in the mobile business. With expand its business, the company has since divided its smartphone segment into three sub-brands: Mi, Redmi, and Poco.
However, it did not stop there. To present itself as the absolute electronics hub, the brand brought other gadgets like laptops, TV, fitness tracker, Air Purifier, MI electric scooter and so on.
The Chinese smartphone maker has a wide presence in the Indian market. In Nepal too, it is growing popular and the customers are quite interested and tech-savvy regarding the Redmi phones as compared to other brands available in the same price bracket. And in order to spread the popularity and to gain success in terms of sales, Xiaomi has appointed two official distributors in Nepal, namely known as Vatsal Impex Pvt. Ltd. and Teletalk Pvt. Ltd. Teletalk looks after only the mobile business in Nepal whereas Vatsal will be involved in the sales of both mobiles and accessories.
Since there are officially two distributors, the area of the field for business has also been divided. According to the commitment, Vatsal will only serve the customers inside the Kathmandu valley whereas Teletalk will do the sales outside the valley. With this information, let’s dive straight into the updated Redmi smartphone price in Nepal.
Redmi mobile price in Nepal (Updated 2021)
|Model Name||Redmi mobiles Price List|
|Redmi 9A (2+32GB)||Rs.11,999|
|Redmi 9C (2+32GB)||Rs.12,999|
|Redmi 9C (3+64GB)||Rs.14,999|
|Redmi 9 Power /9T (4+64GB)||Rs.18,999|
|Redmi 9 Power /9T (4+128GB)||Rs.20,999|
|Redmi 10 Prime (4+64GB)||Rs.20,999|
|Redmi 10 Prime (6+128GB)||Rs.23,999|
|Redmi Note 10 (4+64GB)||Rs.21,999|
|Redmi Note 10 (4+128GB)||Rs.22,999|
|Redmi Note 10 (6+128GB)||Rs.24,999|
|Redmi Note 10s (6+64GB)||Rs.25,999|
|Redmi Note 10s (6+128GB)||Rs.27,999|
|Redmi Note 10 Pro (6+64GB)||Rs.29,999|
|Redmi Note 10 Pro (6+128GB)||Rs.33,999|