Redmi sells over 15 million Note 7 phones in under six months
Redmi has introduced its Note 7 series as the first line-up of the newly separated sub-brand. After less than six months on the global market, today the company confirmed that it reached over 15 million sales.
That includes the Redmi Note 7 (known as Redmi Note 7S in India), the Redmi Note 7 Pro and the shortly-lived Indian variant called Redmi Note 7 with regular 12 MP main camera that was eventually replaced on the market shelves by the Note 7S.
Yesterday, the Honor 8X was also reported to have been sold in 15 million units and was dubbed the best-selling Honor smartphone ever, but it reached the milestone in about 9 months.
- 14 Jul 2019
It’s like people had there fingers at the ready to say something negative.
- 11 Jul 2019
If this news is posted in my country, most people here will say "Yeah right. 99% of those sales goes to the retailers as we rarely see any of Note 7 line on the shelves even after 3 months of its release". Online shops sell this phone for $25-$50 mor...
- 10 Jul 2019
It's not bad when it comes to durability especially when you have a look at the competition from samsung and realme