Chinese phone makers Xiaomi and Realme today announced that they sold more than 6 million smartphones in India this week during Amazon's Great Indian Festival and Flipkart's Big Billion Days sales.
Xiaomi sold more than 5.3 million devices in the country through its official site, Amazon.in and Flipkart, which include power banks, Bluetooth speakers, fitness trackers, earphones, smart TVs and smartphones. Xiaomi said it sold more than 3.8 million smartphones during the sale.
*Breaking Records*— Mi India for #MiFans (@XiaomiIndia) October 5, 2019
We've sold over 3.8M+ #Smartphones.
Which means an impressive growth of 50%+ over the BEST #Diwali sale ever by any brand, which was by #Xiaomi last year.
The #DiwaliWithMi sale is the biggest ever in history & #Xiaomi is the No.1 Brand by a huge margin. pic.twitter.com/ncljELo7aW
Realme, on the other hand, sold over 2.2 million smartphones during the same period on Flipkart and claimed to be the smartphone category leader on the e-commerce site during the Big Billion Days.
2.2 Million+ smartphones sold during the #realmeFestiveDays! Happy to announce that we continued to be the smartphone category leader on @Flipkart during the #TheBigBillionDays. Thank you for the amazing response. pic.twitter.com/eHBuHCmqRn— realme (@realmemobiles) October 5, 2019
With the Diwali festival arriving later this month (October 26), you can expect these rival brands to announce some more offers, which should further help them increase their sales in India.
you're Talking about Realme??
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