A new successful flash sale for the manufacturer Xiaomi was completed for the Redmi Note phablet.
Another flash sale under the sign of success for Xiaomi has emerged. More than 5000 Redmi Note smartphones has indeed been sold in just seventy-five seconds at a recent sale in Hong Kong. It is certainly much less impressive than 10,000 sales in the space of a second, but it confirms the success of this phablet model formalized in the month of March. It also reinforces the Chinese manufacturer in choosing its strategy combining viral communication, limited volumes sold via flash sales and datasheets upscale with competitive prices.
Let us recall that two versions that were unveiled: the first model at 799 yuan (93 euros) with MediaTek MT6592 processor octa-core 1.4 GHz and 1 GB RAM, and a second at 999 yuan (116 euros) with MediaTek MT6592 processor octa-core 1.7 GHz and 2 GB RAM.
They share a 5.5-inch IPS screen with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution, dual SIM slots, a 3G+ support, connections of Wi-Fi 802.11n/GPS/Bluetooth 4.0, a digital camera of 13 megapixel at rear, 5 megapixel webcam at front, a 8GB flash memory expandable with MicroSD, battery of 3200 mAh with the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS with MIU graphic overlay.
With such a price/equipment and a builder who has been recently talked much about in the international distribution, some are already hoping for a Redmi Note on the western Continent. Why not. After all, the Mi3 model from the same manufacturer has tried its luck on their shelves.