Uber is now delivering phones. The company has teamed up with Xiaomi to deliver the Mi Note in Singapore and Malaysia, just as you would order an Uber cab. Ordering the smartphone through the Uber app will see your attached credit card charged, and you'll subsequently be able to track the package as it makes its way through Uber's delivery service.
The two parties will only offer this deal for one day only. Should you reside in Malaysia or Singapore, you'll be able to order the new Mi Note on July 27, a day before launch via the Uber app. Better yet, you won't have to wait for days for the order to ship. Give it a few hours and you'll be setup and ready to roll with your new Mi Note.
Source: Facebook (Hugo Barra)
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