Redmi Note 13 Pro series early buyers get 1-year free screen replacement

1-year screen replacement? Talk about great post-purchase service!

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The Redmi Note 13 series is set to debut in China on September 21, and leading up to this launch, the brand has been teasing the phone’s features. Over the past few days, the company has already unveiled almost all the important specifications of these devices. Just today, they also disclosed an intriguing promotion for early buyers.

Redmi has introduced a special offer: a one-year complimentary screen replacement for those purchasing the Redmi Note 13 Pro and Redmi Note 13 Pro Plus early. With this offer, customers can have their phone’s screen replaced if it suffers any physical damage within the first year of warranty.

To take advantage of this offer, prospective buyers need to place their orders during the initial sale period, which is scheduled to conclude at 12 AM GMT+8 on October 6. Customers can already pre-order the device to secure their spot in advance.

Pre-orders are priced at just ¥1, and in return for purchasing the phone, buyers will receive gifts valued at ¥188. These gifts include a pair of Xiaomi wired earphones, a Xiaomi backpack, and a Mijia electric toothbrush.

Redmi is offering this screen replacement promotion to highlight the durability of the new Redmi Note Pro models. The Redmi Note 13 Pro Plus is the very first Redmi Note to feature Gorilla Glass Victus protection for the display and an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.



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