Xiaomi Mi 6 and Mi Max 2 Still In Short Supply As Xiaomi Announces Another Sale

by Habeeb Onawole 0

The Xiaomi Mi 6 is a fantastic device. The build quality is amazing, performance is what you should expect from a 2017 flagship and the price is just right at ¥2499 (~$368). There is however a problem with the phone. There is not enough stock

Mi Max 2 and Mi 6 Pre Sales.

Xiaomi has announced another round of pre-sales today for the Mi 6 and the newly announced Mi Max 2. The time provided for the items to ship shows that there is still an issue of supply at Xiaomi. The Mi 6 is said to ship in 2 to 4 weeks. Add that to delivery time and you probably won’t get your phone until the third week in July or later.

The Mi Max 2 on the other hand will ship in two weeks. Not as long as the Mi 6, but still a long wait. If you head to the official site now, both items are out of stock. Xiaomi has included an option to be reminded when its available.

Xiaomi Mi 6 Out of Stock

It is also out of stock on Jingdong (JD.com) but those tied to network operators are available and sell for ¥2699 (~$397). Xiaomi needs to fix its supply issues or it will end up losing customers to other brands.

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If you plan to get the Xiaomi Mi 6, it is available on Giztop for just $409 and that’s a very good deal if you ask me. Do note that this is the black version with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.