Xiaomi, which currently sells devices in India through homegrown eCommerce major Flipkart, will bring in its website 'Mi.com' to India in the latter part of the year.
"We are currently looking for warehousing and logistics partners in India, as well as deciding on a payment mechanisms like cash on delivery. It may take anywhere between three to nine months," Xiaomi India Head Manu Jain said.

He added that the the Beijing-based firm will continue its association with Flipkart.
Currently, the company sells devices through its website in most countries of operations, except India and Indonesia.
Xiaomi today launched its new handset -- Mi 4 -- in India for Rs 19,999 as it seeks to expand its operations here.

"We have always stated that India is one of our most important markets. We are big plans for India this year... We are in process of signing the lease on a facility in Bangalore, which will be our R&D unit. This is the first one outside China," Jain said.
India is one of the largest markets for Xiaomi outside of China. The company has so far, launched three devices in India, Mi 3, Redmi 1S and Redmi Note. The cumulative sales have crossed a million units since the first launch in July 2014.