Xiaomi Sells Over 500,000 Mi TV Units During Festive Sales


Xiaomi's foothold in the Indian TV market has been growing strong over time. The Chinese manufacturer is a popular brand in India for smartphones, TVs, and other smart techs. Xiaomi says that it has sold 500,000 Mi TVs during the recent festive sale, both via online and offline retailers.

Xiaomi Sells Over 500,000 Mi TV Units During Festive Sales


Xiaomi Mi TVs Sale

Xiaomi Mi TVs are competitively priced for the features they offer. Xiaomi claims the Mi TVs were the highest-selling TV brand during the recently held festive season sale. Going further into the details, Xiaomi says that more than 500,000 Mi TV sets were sold in 24 days, for the period starting from September 24. The popular channels for sale were Mi.com, Amazon, Flipkart, and other popular offline retailers. Xiaomi Mi TVs In India.

Xiaomi launched its Mi TV brand two years ago and is popular in the Indian market for its pricing and features. Xiaomi is joined by other smartphone manufacturers like OnePlus, Motorola, Samsung, and more. The TVs start at Rs. 11,499 (the 32-inch Mi Tv 4C Pro) and goes up to Rs. 54,000 (the 65-inch Mi TV 4X).

All Xiaomi Mi TVs run either Xiaomi's PatchWall interface or Android TV OS. Some Mi TVs run both OS together. Recently, Xiaomi added the Mi TV 4X range to the crowded smart TV market in India. The 4X series include 65-inch, 50-inch, and 43-inch variants. The Mi TV 4X range includes 4K smart TVs and supports 10-bit HDR video.

The number released by the company is massive in terms of TV sales. Xiaomi also said that most of its buyers are online customers, where the TVs are easily available. At the same time, Xiaomi is also expanding its offline stores so that customers can physically experience and purchase the Mi TVs.

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