Updated: September 27, 2016 11:54:43 am
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is company’s best-selling smartphone in India. Xiaomi India, in a tweet, revealed over 2.3 million units of Redmi Note 3 have been sold in India till date. Xiaomi claims 1 unit of Redmi Note 3 unit is sold every second in the country. “Celebrate #RedmiNote3’s milestone with Mi to win coupons or a Redmi Note 3,” the tweet reads. Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 was launched in India in March and according to IDC’s India Monthly Smartphone Tracker – June 2016, this is the highest-shipped smartphone for online platform in India in any given quarter.
Xiaomi is celebrating the milestone achievement by giving users a chance to win Redmi Note 3 and coupons of Rs 100. The company has announced a challenge that will let users win Redmi Note 3 for themselves. The game asks users to type a word (given by Xiaomi) within 7 seconds. The challenge is live till Thursday and players will get three chances each day till then. Users, who fail at these three attempts will get another 2 by sharing Xiaomi’s post on Facebook.
According to a recent IDC report, Xiaomi is the third largest smartphone vendor across 30 cities in India in Q2 2016. Xiaomi has 8.1 per cent share, followed by Intex at 8 per cent and Lenovo/Moto at 7.2 per cent for India’s top 30 cities. Xiaomi credited the success to Redmi Note 3 smartphone. Xiaomi claims it sold around 1.75 million units of Redmi Note 3 in just five months.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 has been launched in two storage options in India. The 16GB storage variant costs Rs 9,999 and 32GB option is available for Rs 11,999. The USP of this budget smartphone is its huge 4,050 mAh battery. Other specifications include a 5.5-inch full HD display, metal unibody design, Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB space. In our review, we said Redmi Note 3 it ticks all the right boxes. Battery, which can be a pain point at this price is not a problem and the phone has virtually no lag. The battery easily lasted for more than a day and a half on heavy usage during our review.
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