Xiaomi is launching a Mi Community for its Indian fans. The manufacturer is taking registrations for 500 beta testers, and the forum is set to go live on June 20. Through the Mi Community, fans will be able to share feedback, suggest new ideas, take part in contests, and more. The members in the community will also be eligible to attend product launches, and win "exclusive prizes."
We'll let Hugo Barra take it from here:
Here's what in store for those that get into the Mi Community:
- Exclusive beta tester medal on our new forum, Mi Community
- Tickets for our next product launch event in India and exclusive prizes for selected contributors
- Head start in your points in Mi Community that you can use to apply for our Explorer programs
- Win other awesome prizes from our online contests on Mi Community during the beta period
Registrations for beta testers are now live. Head to the link below to know more.
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