Sneha Saha New DelhiJanuary 16, 2019UPDATED: January 16, 2019 10:22 IST HIGHLIGHTSXiaomi has now launched another helpful product in the country called the Mi Micro USB Braided Cable.The Mi Micro USB Braided Cable will be available in only Red colour variant.The Mi Micro USB Braided Cable will go on sale in India for the first time today, i.e, Jan 18 at 12 noon on Mi.com.Xiaomi is more than a smartphone or TV manufacturing company. The company tries to resolve users problems with its products. With the same aim, Xiaomi recently launched the Mi AirDrop anti-air pollution mask to help Indian beat the growing pollution in the country. Xiaomi has now launched another helpful product in the country called the Mi Micro USB Braided Cable.Like all Xiaomi products, the Mi Micro USB Braided Cable also comes with an aggressive price of Rs 249. The Mi Micro USB Braided Cable will go on sale in India for the first time today, i.e, Jan 18 at 12 noon on Mi.com. Xiaomi claims that the Mi Micro USB Braided Cable is “sturdy” and “durable”. The Mi Micro USB Braided Cable will be available in only Red colour variant.The Mi Micro USB Braided Cable makes a lot of sense considering smartphone manufacturing companies are slowly bringing Type C port to their phones. In fact, Xiaomi has also joined the bandwagon with the launch of the Redmi Note 7 in China. As of now, there is no information on when or whether the Redmi Note 7 will launch in India.The key highlight of the cable is its design. The Mi Micro USB Braided Cable comes with a tangle-free design, which is a problem with a lot of cables these days, thanks to the braided finish on top. Additionally, the Mi Micro USB Braided Cable comes with supports for 2A fast charging. The cable also enables users to transfer data easily and also comes with a Micro-USB interface. This means that the cable will also work with phones Type C port.advertisementXiaomi India is yet to reveal the length of the Mi Micro USB Braided Cable but in China it is as long as 100 centimetres, and we assume similar could be the case in India as well.Alongside the Mi Micro USB Braided Cable, the Mi Soundbar is also set to go on sale in India for the first time on Mi.com and Mi Home stores at 12PM. Interested buyers will be able to grab the Mi Soundbar for Rs 4,999. To sum up, the Mi SoundBar comes with eight drivers, including two 20mm dome tweeters for the highs, two 2.5-inch woofers for the mids and four passive radiators for the lows and enhanced bass. It is durable, lightweight and sports an elegant design.ALSO READ | Xiaomi Mi Soundbar goes on sale in India: Price, features, where to buyALSO READ | Xiaomi 55-inch Mi TV 4X Pro, 43-inch Mi TV 4 Pro goes on sale in India: Price, specs and all you should knowGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySneha Saha Tags :Follow XiaomiFollow MI Xiaomi India launches Mi Micro USB Braided cable with fast charging support, goes on sale todayLike all Xiaomi products, the Mi Micro USB Braided Cable also comes with an aggressive price of Rs 249. The Mi Micro USB Braided Cable will go on sale in India today at 12PM.advertisement
Citing the news report that Sri Lanka is allowing only the Jaffna bishop, army, and navy officials for the ceremony, the Minister said he is trying to ensure that at least a few people from India participate in the event. (Colombo Gazette) After Sri Lanka reportedly told its fishermen that no one, except the bishop of Jaffna, army, navy officials and the person who built the new St Antony’s church at Katchatheevu islet would be allowed to attend the consecration ceremony on December 7, India’s Union Minister of state for road transport, highways and shipping Pon Radhakrishnan, said that he has contacted officials of the Ministry of External Affairs regarding this, the Times of India reported.Many fishermen from Rameswaram wish to attend the ceremony. In his statement, Pon Radhakrishnan pointed that fishermen pilgrims from both countries take part in the annual festival of this church. He added that he is in touch with officials from the Ministry of External Affairs on this issue.