Xiaomi Sells 1 Million Units in India in First 5 Months

With 2015 around the corner, Chinese handset maker Xiaomi, who introduced the flash sale concept has tasted humongous success in the smartphone market this year with its devices such as Xiaomi Mi3, Redmi 1S and Redmi Note.

Xiaomi Sells 1 Million Units in India in First 5 Months

Recently, Xiaomi has revealed that it has sold more than 1 million units since its debut in India.
"We're celebrating 1 million devices sold in less than 5 months in India. Isn't that awesome? Thank you Indian Mi fans for this incredible milestone! We're here to stay," wrote Manu Kumar Jain, Head of Mi India, in a Facebook post.

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Xiaomi made its debut in India with Mi3 smartphone via Online retailer Flipkart and sold all units within mere second with the flash sale concept. Followed by Mi3, success continued with Redmi 1S and Redmi Note, until court imposed a ban on Xiaomi from selling and importing its devices in India due to case filed by Swedish tech-giant Ericsson for patent infringement. However, the Delhi High-court has lifted the ban, allowing the company to sell only the device which is clocked by Qualcomm processor.

With registration started for Redmi Note 4G variant, it will go on sale on Flipkart through flash sale on December 30 in India.

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