On the eve of the same said Samsung.
Xiaomi announced its readiness to comply with the requirements of Russian legislation, which presuppose the mandatory pre-installation of domestic software (software) on their gadgets. About it writes RNS.
The company noted that the practice of preinstalling applications from local developers has already been “carefully worked out and is actively used.”
We are committed to observing all the norms of Russian law, and if necessary, install additional software, we will install it in working mode.
Xiaomi press service
On the eve, Samsung also announced its readiness to preinstall Russian software on smartphones and other devices. The company also noted that it already has experience in cooperation with developers of Russian software.
On December 2, 2019, Putin signed a law on pre-installing Russian software on smartphones, computers, and other electronics. In January, the FAS decided on the date for the law to enter into force: from July 1, pre-installation will be mandatory for smartphones, from July 1, 2021 for tablets, from July 1, 2022 for computers, and from July 1, 2023 for Smart TV.