Xiaomi might put up 100,000 devices on sale every week during Diwali

According to a report from Reuters, Hugo Barra (Vice President, Xiaomi International) has disclosed Xiaomi’s plans to put up 100,000 units on sale every week during the upcoming Diwali festive period. After launching itself in India, Xiaomi has managed to sell 95,000 units of Mi 3 and around 180,000 units of the Redmi 1S. At this pace, we won’t be surprised if Xiaomi manages to sell over a million devices collectively by the end of this year.

Xiaomi Redmi Note

It is also reported that the Mi 3, whose sales were discontinued before launching the Redmi 1S will be back for sale during Diwali. Xiaomi will the launch the Redmi Note in India before bringing the new flagship device, the Mi 4 in the country. Read more about Xiaomi’s launch plans for Redmi Note, Mi 4, Mi Pad, and Mi TV 2 in India. Xiaomi has also launched the 10,400 mAh Mi Power Bank in India for just Rs 999.

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October 1, 2014 1:09 pm 1:09 PM

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September 29, 2014 12:01 pm 12:01 PM

xioami should bring more redmi 1s…not Mi3.I agree mi3 is wonderful phone,but atleast 40% people after seeing redmi 1s will not go for mi3 bcoz of price factor.Already 1s has excellent specs & is affordable very much.

September 29, 2014 10:36 am 10:36 AM
*Irrespective of what others think I believe the company is doing great and has given the Indian market a lot of attention. As I kept saying low stocks are not a gimmick but the result of “demand uncertainty” and the lack of gross margins and resources possessed by giants like Samsung and Apple. Now that most of their flash sales have been disappearing in seconds they have gradually been increasing the number of stocks put up on sale on every flash sale.Its now going to reach 1,000,000 which is the amount of stocks they put up on sale in China… Read more »