While coronavirus lockdown in India has been extended until May 17, specific businesses and operations have been allowed to resume in some areas. The government has divided the country into several color codes, and areas that have been marked as Orange and Green have been gradually allowed to open select businesses. Red areas are classified as areas with high infection numbers, and therefore trade is still restricted in those areas. Now, Xiaomi and Poco have announced that it has started taking orders for its products in the Green and Orange zones. The company says that all precautions are being taken to ensure that delivery is in a safe and secure manner.

Xiaomi took to Twitter To announce that Mi.com has launched shipping products across the country in the Green and Orange zones. This means that only select PIN codes are opened for distribution, while products will not be distributed for red zone areas. Manu Kumar Jain, head of Xiaomi India, holds Tweeted Those select smartphones have been re-listed on Flipkart and Amazon.in, and now both sites are also taking orders. Even C Manmohan, general manager of Poco India, has Tweeted That Poco x2 Available to buy on Flipkart, but will only be delivered in the Green and Orange zones.

On Mi.com, Xiaomi notes that it is only accepting prepaid orders for now, and the deadline for delivery is subject to restrictions imposed by local authorities in that area. After the Ministry of Home Affairs, Amazon, Flipkart and other e-commerce giants are now listing non-essential items in select PIN codes. Permission To open businesses in areas where coronovirus outbreaks have been controlled. The e-commerce giant is allowed to deliver non-essential items only in the Green and Orange zones.

On Amazon.in, Buyers can order phones like Mi A3, Poco F1, Redmi 8A Dual, Redmi Note 8, Redmi Note 8 Pro, and more. Phones like Poco X2, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi 8 are listed Flipkart. Depending on the government’s guidance, phones can only be delivered in select PIN codes.


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