Redmi K30 series passes 3 million sales in China
Back in December, Redmi introduced its Redmi K30 and K30 5G as its key midrange phones. Since then we’ve seen the series expand with four more versions and now the company announced the K30 series has passed the 3 million sales mark in China. For reference, the lineup crossed the 1 million sales milestone back in March.
To celebrate the achievement Redmi is offering the Redmi K30 in its 6/128GB trim for CNY 1,399 as well as the 8/128GB version for CNY 1,599. The offer will be available only between July 8-12 via the official Xiaomi web store.
In related news, a recent rumor suggests we’re in for a seventh K30 member dubbed the K30 Ultra which is expected to arrive with a MediaTek Dimensity chipset.
Not true. For example, Samsung phones don't sell that well in China. Samsung's market share is less than 1%, and typically classified as among "others". Samsung introduces almost all its models in China, including some exclusive m...
- 09 Jul 2020
Exactly, everything in china sells by the million, so, 3 mill is not a true indicator of huge success, it just shows a healthy, normal selling number, that's it
- 08 Jul 2020
- K30 will outsell K20
3 million is a decent sale number. Redmi K20 Series sold 5+ millions units. Since we are only half-way through with K30 series, this series should eventually outsell K20 series in all likelihood. Redmi K30 series has been designed to compete a...
- 08 Jul 2020