While preparing to announce to the world the new Redmi K20 and K20 Pro, Xiaomi today revealed that it created a new milestone. The company claims that it sold over 10 million Redmi Note 7 series in just 129 days.
The news was shared by company’s officials including the Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain and official Xiaomi account via Twitter. Check out the tweets below:
WOW! What an amazing accomplishment!
Globally we have sold over 10 million Redmi Note 7 series in just 129 days, marking another major milestone for the awesome #RedmiNote7 series.
We couldn’t have gotten to this landmark moment without our amazing Mi Fans!#NoMiWithoutYou pic.twitter.com/Kx7NlkNNEF
— Xiaomi #5GIsHere (@Xiaomi) May 27, 2019
10 MILLION!? that’s a crazy number isn’t it? ?
Super ecstatic to share #RedmiNote7 series has sold 10 million units worldwide! ?️
A big shout-out to all our global Mi fans for this amazing milestone!?
The #Xiaomi legacy lives on!
RT if you’re a big fan of the Note series ? pic.twitter.com/uqUs532fpo
— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) May 27, 2019
The number is impressive and was reached in 129 days of the launch. This leads us to believe that the device had a considerable increase in sales since the launch.
According to Lei Jun, co-founder of Xiaomi, the landmark Redmi Note 7 is a victory and a testimony that the company “is maintaining its values by delivering high quality for little money.”
Although Xiaomi only presents the numbers of Redmi Note 7 Series, we can also say that the Redmi brand is doing very well in all markets where it operates. An example of this is in India itself where the Chinese is a good cost-benefit and beats head to head with Samsung.
For now, when asked about the other devices, Xiaomi still does not have sales figures. So, we do not know how the Redmi 7, Redmi Go, and Note 7S are doing in the market. In any case, Redmi says it is too early to measure the success of these devices.
It is worth mentioning that the manufacturer is all set to launch the new Redmi K20 and K20 Pro tomorrow, so stay tuned.