Xiaomi has sold a total of 110 million Redmi series smartphones until now, a milestone that was achieved in under three years since the first Redmi phone launched back in August 2013. This was announced by the Chinese company's VP Hugo Barra in a tweet.
Xiaomi has sold 110 million Redmi phones globally since our first Redmi phone launched in Aug 2013. That's 1.21 units per second in 3 years!— Hugo Barra (@hbarra) July 11, 2016
In a separate tweet, he revealed that most Redmi users are young and "very active mobile Internet/app users," falling in the 22-29 year age bracket.
Redmi users are majority 22-29 y/o, young and very active mobile Internet/app users—video, social media, tools, games, books, and news— Hugo Barra (@hbarra) July 11, 2016
It is quiet possible .in my class of 70 students 12 of them r using redmi phones.out of them 4 r redmi note 3 which imo is a great phone with best battery life.it makes me jealous even with my good old s5:-(
Not an impressive sale number for any cheap smartphone brands....
Xiaomi only focus in China and India market and my country get Redmi Note 3 with 2/16 GB and NO 4G LTE. Zenfone series will bash Redmi and Mi series here.