Bought a Mi TV or a Mi Box? Here’s How You Can Get a Mi Smart Bulb For Rs 49

Mi TV, Mi Box 4K, and Mi TV Stick users need to perform certain queries in order to avail the offer.

Xiaomi has been slowly expanding its IoT portfolio across ranges in the country. The company under its portfolio has TVs, Smart Lights, Smart Speaker, Robot Vaccum Mop, Air Purifiers, and a lot more. Now, the company has announced a new special holiday offer that lets you get a Mi Smart Bulb, priced at Rs. 499, for just Rs. 49. Existing Mi TV, Mi Box 4K, and Mi TV Stick users are eligible for the offer. In order to avail of the offer, users of any of the aforementioned devices have to follow certain steps on their devices.

How to get a Mi Smart Bulb (White) for Rs. 49!

  1. Head over to this link and fill out the required details such as Mi ID, and Product Serial Number.
  2. Try at least 10 queries (Google Assistant) for 3 days in a week to qualify for the offer. Users can check out the queries they need to perform by heading over to this link.

These are all the steps that a user has to perform from his/her end. After a user performs the required steps, Xiaomi team will validate the details. Once the company validates the details, the user will receive an email with coupon codes/link containing the content offers. Xiaomi mentions that the offer is available for Mi TV, Mi Box 4K, and Mi TV Stick users till 31st December, i.e., tomorrow.

Mi Smart Bulb Specifications and Features

The Mi Smart LED Bulb emits 810 lumens of light, consumes 7.5W energy, and comes with a B22 base. Users can adjust the brightness as well as the temperature since this is a smart bulb. The bulb can be connected to Xiaomi’s Mi Home app and can also be controlled with Google Assistant, and Alexa via voice commands. The company claims that the Mi Smart Bulb life span of about 7 years if used for 6 hours a day.

Do you own a Mi Smart TV, Mi Box 4K, or Mi TV Stick? How often do you summon Google Assitant for queries or controlling smart devices through the TV remote? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.