Xiaomi Sold More Than 10 million smartphones in October
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Xiaomi Broke its own record and sold more than 10 million smartphones worldwide in the month of October. Company CEO Lei Jun gave information about this achievement of the company through a social media post. The Beijing-based company had also recorded more than 10 million smartphone sales taxes in the month of September.
In addition, Xiaomi India Vice President and Managing Director Manu Kumar Jain also tweeted the information about this achievement. Manu Kumar highlighted the sale of more than 10 million smartphones for the second consecutive month by the company.
10M+ units for two consecutive months!! 🤘🤘@Xiaomi shipped 10M+ units globally in the month of October 😎
— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) October 31, 2017
Earlier, Manu Kumar also informed about 40 lakh smartphones being sold in India within a month of Diwali. The company had sold 10 million smartphones from its site mi.com. Xiaomi has been offering competition to domestic and overseas smartphone makers since its launch in India in July 2014.
Xiaomi’s competing continuously to its major competitor like OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Apple, Samsung and Sony. Along with this, the company is also included in the top 5 smartphone vendors worldwide and Google has partnered with Xiaomi to launch its next version of Android One.