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For Visit Malaysia 2020 Xiaomi Partners With Tourism Malaysia~ Global technology leader Xiaomi has partnered with the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (MTPB) to boost Malaysia’s global tourism. The partnership sees Xiaomi and MTPB jointly producing impressive photography shots in several scenic spots in Malaysia through Xiaomi’s latest smartphone Mi Note 10, as well as contributing a promotional video for the Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM2020) campaign.
The partnership also aims to promote Malaysia’s tourism through the Mi Note 10, the world’s first smartphone with 108MP penta camera setup. The partnership was announced at an official joint collaboration ceremony between Xiaomi Malaysia and MTPB which was officiated by Datuk Musa Yusuf, Director General of MTPB. The ceremony was attended by several representatives from Xiaomi Malaysia including Allen An, Country Manager of Xiaomi Malaysia and Singapore. The event saw the Memorandum of Joint Collaboration signed by both Xiaomi Malaysia and MTPB.
The 3-minute promotional video, featuring Malaysia’s world renowned natural and architectural wonders as well as hidden gems, is now available on Xiaomi’s official social media platforms including Xiaomi Malaysia’s Facebook page, Xiaomi Malaysia’s Youtube channel, and Xiaomi’s official account in Sina weibo, a popular Chinese social media platform.
“We’ve always wanted to help showcase Malaysia’s natural beauty to the world and so we want to thank Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (MTPB) for giving us the opportunity to play our part in the Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign. Not just tourists, but Malaysians themselves often overlook the country’s hidden gems. With the 108MP camera on the Mi Note 10, Malaysians are able to capture the unique beauty of this country into the innermost detail, bringing to life what was previously unseen. We believe Mi Note 10 will enable users and Mi Fans to enjoy mobile photography more with epic photography and videography quality.”
-Allen An, Country Manager of Malaysia and Singapore, Xiaomi.
“Xiaomi being a global technology leader together with their latest smartphone, Mi Note 10, is the perfect device to display Malaysia’s hidden beauty to the world. For the VM2020 campaign, we wanted to showcase the best Malaysia has to offer, whether our vibrant heritage, our diverse culture or our endless scenic spots that we have, Xiaomi is one of the most suitable partners to help us achieve these efforts and capture a truly aesthetic experience.”
-Commenting on the partnership, Datuk Musa Yusof.
In conjunction with the partnership, Xiaomi Malaysia will be launching an online photography competition, themed #ExploreMalaysiaWithMINOTE10, on its official Facebook Page. Users are able to participate by taking photos of sceneries in Malaysia using the Mi Note 10. Participants are required to take photos and post online on either Facebook or Instagram together with the hashtag #ExploreMalaysiaWithMiNote10. Winners will be selected based on the most creative shots and will stand a chance to win attractive prizes courtesy of MPTB including tickets to scenic spots and resorts in Malaysia.
Visit Malaysia 2020 brings out the best of what Malaysia has to offer to the world in a single, event-packed year. The year 2020 holds a special place in the heart of all Malaysians as we reflect and celebrate all our successes and challenges in transforming a once colonial land, into a thriving, multi-cultural and dynamic country. Officially launched on 4 th December 2019 in Malaysia, Mi Note 10 features 6GB RAM+128GB ROM and is the world’s first 108MP penta camera setup with a premium design and a massive 5260mAh battery. Another variant is also available, Mi Note 10 Pro, with an 8-piece lens and a larger 8GB RAM + 256GB
ROM storage. Both Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro are here to deliver epic smartphone photography experience.
For more information, please follow Xiaomi Malaysia’s official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/XiaomiMalaysia/
For more media releases, media info and media features on Malaysia’s tourism industry, kindly visit the Media Centre of Tourism Malaysia’s website at http://www.tourism.gov.my/