Chinese handset-maker Xiaomi on Friday announced it had sold over 1 million devices in India in the third quarter of 2015 and it was the best sales result for the company since it started operations in the country in July 2014.
"Our sales continue to grow every quarter, and we have witnessed an average quarterly growth rate of 45 percent, which signifies huge momentum for our journey in India," Manu Jain, India head, Xiaomi said.
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"Additionally, our online selling platform Mi.com has been growing significantly since its launch in June 2015, recording over 10 million visits in the month of October itself. During our #DiwaliWithMi campaign, over 1 million unique visitors came to Mi.com on the first day of our sale (November 3)," he added.
The company also said that during the third quarter, all its products witnessed a massive increase in demand across all platforms with Redmi 2 Prime emerging as the best-selling product.