Redmi Note series has reportedly sold over 240 million units globally, the company has announced. In February this year, Xiaomi had said the global sales of the Redmi Note series smartphones crossed 200 million units. This is to say the series shipped another 40 million units in just the last seven months.
The first Redmi Note series phone was launched by Xiaomi back in 2014. Since then, the Chinese smartphone maker has consistently unveiled new handsets in the lineup with the Redmi Note 11 series being the latest. Additionally, Xiaomi said it will reach the global milestone of 10,000 stores by end of this month.
According to ITHome report quoting Redmi General Manager Le Weibing, global sales of the Redmi Note series have crossed 24 crore units. The announcement was made at the Redmi Note 11 Series launch event on Thursday, October 28th. However, Xiaomi has not released the personal figures of the various generations of phones sold in the Redmi Note series.
Separately, Lu Weibing on Weibo announced that the company will have opened more than 10,000 Xiaomi stores by the end of October. The 10,000th store will be the Shenzhen Happy Harbor store.
Just in February this year, Xiaomi had announced that the global sales of its Redmi Note series had surpassed 200 million units. Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi Note 11 series on Thursday in China. The new range includes three smartphones — Redmi Note 11 5G, Redmi Note 11 Pro, and the Redmi Note 11 Pro+.
Both the Pro models come with almost identical specifications except for a few differences. They are both powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 920 5G chipset, which supports 5G. The new lineup has been launched with several upgrades over the Redmi Note 10 series such as fast charging support up to 120W and a 108MP main camera.