With the Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro, announced in May, Xiaomi wanted to renew the 'flagship killer' space in the smartphone world, as it was getting stale before that. And the Chinese company definitely achieved its goal, with the two models (especially the Pro) being the talk of the town for many months after their launch.
Now a few months later, the Redmi K30 and K30 5G have gone official (and we assume a K30 Pro is in the works too), and so it was time for Xiaomi to announce how well the K20 family has performed so far. It turns out that more than 4.5 million units were shipped since May.
That unsurprisingly means the K20 line was very successful worldwide, which it obviously owes to its unique pairing of specs with pricing, all packed into a very intriguing design. Let's see if the K30 family is able to live up to this legacy in its first few months of availability.
I think in Chinese they have a word for 10 thousands so it's probably 450 ten thousands
THe K30 will not be successful. They took out all the features that made it a flagship killer. OLED, full screen, popup camera, fingerprint sensor, etc.