TVC Mall Announces SmartPhone Replacements Parts Mega Store For Famous Brands

Xiaomi was ranked first on the Best-Selling Popular Smartphone in India. TVC Mall has anticipated the stock of Xiaomi parts for the latest models.

October 18, 2019 /PressReleaseAgency/ —

There are two top brands that rule the smartphone market in India. They are Chinese brand ‘Xiaomi’ and Korean brand ‘Samsung’. Here are the quick facts of The Xiaomi phone selling in India:

Xiaomi claims that they have sold successor of the Redmi 5A, Xiaomi Redmi 6A for 5 Million units. Moreover, Xiaomi has launched the Redmi 7A on 11th July 2019.
The Note 6 Pro has recently launched and the brand claimed over 600,000 units sold on the day it launched. The Note 5 Pro has sold nearly 5 million units or more since its launch.
Xiaomi has sold 15 million units of Redmi 7 series globally so far (till 10th July 2019) as per the latest Tweet by Xiaomi, Xiaomi Redmi 7 series is a top seller for the brand. Xiaomi has also launched the Redmi Note 7, Note 7s, Note 7 Pro in India and so far have sold more than 3 million units (till 12 June 2019).

TVC Mall as an established distributor of smartphone parts and smart watch accessories said, with the successful sales of Xiaomi brand smartphones, it is conformable with the escalation of the need for the  replacement components. Therefore, as a leader of Xiaomi parts distributor, TVC Mall strives to improve its services continuously by keep updating replacement parts for the latest models. 

Smartphone is one of the communication devices that seem very vulnerable to damage. If the smartphone falls or the component collides, it can be damaged or destroyed. There are some components of smartphones that are easily damaged ie smartphone body (casing), battery, screen, charger port, keypads, and speakers. Therefore, smartphone users must be vigilant and cautious. These components must be treated properly because if they are broken, it can be fatal to the performance and appearance.

Aside from providing a variety of replacement parts for Xiaomi, TVC Mall also provides Smart Watch Accessories. Customers can get replacement parts for Samsung Galaxy Watch as low as $0.36. Following   Samsung Galaxy Watch parts, customers can also get HD Clear LCD Screen Guard Film for Apple Watch 38mm as low as $0.62. There are various brands to be sold here, they are famous brands like  XINCUCO, Qialino, Hat Prince, Baseus, Kingxbar, NXE, Dux Ducis, and USAMS.

TVC Mall is an established distributor and wholesale store. The prices listed are normal prices, to get wholesale prices, customers can purchase a certain amount of an item, for example, they can buy as much as 10 pcs. Cell Phone Chargers are sold from $ 0.86 to $ 52.36, there is a wide range of brands ie Baseus, HOCO, MOMAX, Nillkin, USAMS, Xiaomi, Huawei, ROCK. Customers can get XIAOMI PLM11ZM Wireless Power Bank 10000mAh at $23 for wholesale price.

About TVC Mall

TVC Mall is a leading distributor and wholesaler store in China. Their selling market is worldwide, mainly specialized in Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) mobile phone accessories for famous brands like Xiaomi, Samsung, Huawei, Apple, and Sony. For more information please visit https://www.tvc-mall.com/

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