Xiaomi launched its latest handset, the Redmi Note 4, in India last week and it has already racked up quite a bit of sales: a quarter of a million, to be exact.
The handset, which features a 5.5" 1080p display, a Snapdragon 625 processor and 2 or 4GB of RAM is Xiaomi latest iteration of the company's hugely popular Redmi Note series. As is Xiaomi's custom, the handset was offered in a 'flash sale' on its own website, as well as on a partnering online retailer (Flipkart). The handset is available in three variants, with the cheapest model going for ₹9,999 ($148) and the most extravagant, featuring 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, being offered at ₹12,999 ($190).
Following its immense success, Xiaomi India shared the following tweet to share their excitement about the new device:
Alongside the news of the launch was the announcement that buyers of the Redmi Note 4 can also expect a Android Nougat-based version of MIUI soon, with a release preview already available for those who can't wait any longer.
Those looking to pick up the Redmi Note 4 for themselves will have to wait a little longer, as the next flash sale is expected to take place on January 30, with expectations of a similar success.
Via: Android Central