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Xiaomi's 525 devices sold every minute, the company sold 53 lakhs products in this festive sale

Xiaomi's 525 devices sold every minute, the company sold 53 lakhs products in this festive sale



  • Xiaomi was also the best selling smartphone brand on Amazon
  • Xiaomi sold over 38 lakhs smartphones, Redmi Note 7 became the best-selling smartphone series on Flipkart

Fearing an economic downturn, smartphone manufacturers in India are busy celebrating Diwali in advance, racking up millions on both online and offline platforms during festival sales as Indians mostly make a beeline to offer exciting offers and discounts.

In the smartphone category, there has been a 15-fold increase this year, led by Samsung, OnePlus, Apple, Xiaomi and Vivo on Amazon.in.

According to Amazon, "OnePlus registered more than 700 million Festival sales, while Samsung saw a 5-fold increase compared to the Great Indian Festival last year, with the M Series showing off and the Samsung A Series and Samsung Note 9 getting better Asking for .In.

The mobile category saw its biggest festive season so far, with brands achieving more than 2X growth from last year's sales.

Chinese handset maker Xiaomi achieved record-breaking sales of more than 53 lakh devices including Mi TV - that means 525 devices per minute - in just six days of sale on Amazon.in and Flipkart.

The company sold over 38 lakhs smartphones, with the Redmi Note 7 becoming the best-selling smartphone series on Flipkart. Xiaomi was also the best selling smartphone brand on Amazon.

According to Raghu Reddy, head of categories and online sales, Xiaomi India, has been a shocking thing for Xiaomi this festive season.

Another Chinese player Realme sold more than 2.2 million devices during the festive sales period.
Madhav said, "The number 1 brand on the Flipkart platform is a proof that Realme has made a mark in the short run as the best mobile phone brand." Sheth, Chief Executive Officer, Realme India.

Apart from offering a huge discount of ₹ 300 crore during the sales period, the brand continued to offer the lowest prices for its smartphones such as Realme C2, Realme 5 and Realme 3 Pro. 1,000 price discount offers are also included.

According to Flipkart, more than 20 models were sold in every 1000 units during the sale, which is the first time for any event.

The e-commerce platform announced, "At the beginning of early access sales, there was a 1.5X spike in users, reflecting a keen anticipation for mobiles. There was a 2.5X increase in the adoption of Product Exchange."

Setting a new record in the luxury smartphone segment, Samsung on October 4 sold a total of 1,600 "Galaxy Fold" devices in a flat 30 minutes after pre-booking opened at the company's official online store.

Consumers pre-booking "Galaxy Fold" paid the full amount of ₹ 1,64,999 upfront - for the first time in another super-premium smartphone segment - and will get the devices delivered to them through a concierge on 20 October , Dedicated specialist at 24x7.

Samsung India is targeting a turnover of ₹ 3,000 crore by selling more than 2 million smartphones before Pan-India burnt on October 27.

The Apple bumper is also up for festive season sales and the iPhone 11 series - starting at 58,900 - is in very strong demand from consumers in the country.

According to the e-commerce platform, Apple Watches earned in its one-month business in India in the first six minutes of Flipkart's "Big Billion Days" sales.

Chinese handset maker Xiaomi announced on Saturday that it sold 53 lakh devices in India during the festive season sale, achieving a record-breaking sale. Top officials of the company announced that the company sold 525 devices every minute.

In the sale started in this festive season on behalf of online e-commerce, the silver of the gadget market was seen as silver. In these cells, especially the mobile manufacturers gave discounts on their products with great emphasis.

Chinese handset maker Xiaomi announced on Saturday that it sold 53 lakh devices in India during the festive season sale, achieving a record-breaking sale. Top officials of the company announced that the company sold 525 devices every minute.

Raghu Reddy, Head of Category and Online Sales of Xiaomi India, said in a statement, "This festive season has been great for Xiaomi and we are thrilled to see that 53 lakh people have decided to celebrate with us. Each year we are giving our customers Let's try to get a more attractive and better offer cell."

At the time when Redmi Note 7 was the best-selling smartphone on Flipkart in India, at the same time Xiaomi sold 38 lakh smartphones. With this, Xiaomi also became the best-selling smartphone brand on Amazon.

Xiaomi's devices include smartphones, Mi TV, Mi Band (s), Mi Power Banks, Mi earphones and other devices. All these devices were sold on Mi.com and its partner platforms.

Last year, Xiaomi sold 2.5 million smartphones at this time and saw more than 50 percent growth rate (year-on-year).

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