Xiaomi conducted the primary flash sale for Redmi a pair of in Republic of India nowadays. The device went on sale at 2 pm and unsurprisingly went out-of -stock inside the primary 2 minutes.According to Xiaomi Republic of India head, Manu Kumar religion, the devices went fromfifty,000 to zero in eighty seven seconds. before the sale, Xiaomi confirmed on its Mi India Facebook page that it will be selling 50,000 units in the first flash sale which the device had received 3 lakh registrations.
Stocking 50,000 units for a flash sale is pretty ambitious for any company but Xiaomi seems to be confident with the Indian market and today’s sale did not disappoint their expectations. The Redmi 2 has been a successful device in China and was a major upgrade from its previous version, Redmi 1s. The phone sports a 64bit, 4G-capable snapdragon 410 chipset which is relatively new in the budget phone segment. In terms of design the phone is slimmer and lighter than the Redmi 1s but at the same time maintains the same 4.7 inch screen size.
However, Xiaomi did not upgrade the RAM and camera on the device with the same 1GB RAM, 8 MegaPixel primary camera and 2 Megapixel primary camera. The Redmi 2 screen comes with the same HD resolution but is much better in terms of quality.
Xiaomi had also launched the Tegra K1 powered Mi Pad today but unlike Xiaomi’s usual mode of sale the Mi Pad was sold in an open-sale. Even with the open-sale the stocks just lasted for an hour. According to Mi India’s official twitter page the stocks were supposed to last for two weeks. The official statement said, “Our Mi Pad sold out within the hour. Based on tablet sales, we’d estimated this batch to last 2 weeks. We will bring more soon. Stay tuned!”
Xiaomi has always received an overwhelming response for most of its products in India and it’s the same with the company’s second generation devices in India.