Xiaomi entered France and Italy back in May and it has been in Spain for almost a year - where it is already established as the third most popular smartphone brand.
Xiaomi, the world's fourth-ranked smartphone maker, entered Britain on Thursday with the global debut of its flagship Mi 8 Pro.More news: Predicted Manchester United XI vs. Manchester City - Romelu Lukaku in contention
Consumers have been able to buy Xiaomi phones in Spain since last November, and in Italy and France since May.
That is now changing as today, Xiaomi held an event in London to celebrate the company's official launch in the UK.More news: Labour MPs react to Jo Johnson resignation over Brexit
Xiaomi has confirmed that it will begin selling phones and smart home devices in the United Kingdom. Xiaomi will be opening a dedicated storefront for its products in the Westfield shopping center in London which not only includes both Mi 8 smartphones, but will also have headphones, computer accessories, and more on hand. That's because it's actually transparent, giving you a direct look onto the internals of the device. The Mi 8 Pro was previously launched in China, and soon after, which the company started teasing the global roll-out of the phone, and considering India is one of the most important countries for Xiaomi, we expect the phone will be coming to the country soon. You can clearly see the NFC sensor, the large carbon-fibre wrapped battery cell and even the Snapdragon chip at the top of the phone. "It features a 6.21" AMOLED display with a notch that pushes a Full HD+ resolution.
For taking photos, it packs a 12MP f/1.8 + 12MP f/2.4 dual camera combo at the rear which offers 2X optical zoom and bokeh portrait effects. The handset is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, coupled with 6GB/ 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB of inbuilt storage.More news: Drawn Lions series makes England Test bigger for All Blacks - Hansen