Xiaomi has progressed to become the second largest smartphone brand in India with their highly popular devices and the pricing strategy that they follow. The company's offerings such as the Redmi Note 4 and Redmi 4A have become the best selling smartphones in the sub Rs. 10,000 price bracket.
Now, Xiaomi seems to have added another feather to the cap as the company has taken to Twitter to announce that they have sold over 25 million smartphones in the country in three years. Ever since Xiaomi debuted, the reasonably priced smartphones and moderate specs have made the company get tremendous success.
Xiaomi has announced that on an average they have sold 22,000 smartphones every day for the last three years. This is definitely a good achievement given that the brand predominantly relies on flash sales model. Moreover, at this sales rate, Xiaomi claims itself to be the fastest brand to reach the 25 million sales mark.
Notably, the company managed to sell almost 5 million smartphones in the first six months of its launch in the country in July 2014. Apart from this, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 created history by being the highest selling smartphone in the first half of this year.
Currently, Xiaomi has three budget smartphones - Redmi 4A, Redmi 4 and Redmi Note 4. With these smartphones priced below Rs. 10,000, it is clear that the company's offerings are selling like hot cakes in the country. In an attempt to increase the sales figure further, Xiaomi announced a new variant of the entry-level smartphone - the Redmi 4A with 3GB and 32GB storage at Rs. 6,999 earlier this year.
Despite the popularity of the existing products, the company is all set to launch another smartphone in the country on September 5. The name of the smartphone is yet to be revealed but it is teased to feature dual cameras.