The news comes straight from the horse's mouth, so to speak. The information was made public by Lin Bin, the company's President, on the Chinese microblogging network Weibo, and was then promptly reshared by CEO Lei Jun.
The Redmi 2A (pictured above) is Xiaomi's cheapest smartphone ever, now selling for as low as $80 in the Chinese market. It shares its design with the Redmi 2 but comes with a different chipset which we assume is cheaper to procure. Just on the day that new pricing went official, Xiaomi reportedly sold 300,000 units.
Xiaomi's sales are still severely limited by its very restricted geographical footprint, yet the company seems intent on expanding slowly and cautiously to new markets.
Redmi 2A when will be in indian market
Yeah you are right. At 1/3rd price Xiomi offer much better phones than Apple offers.
@ Spacewarrior - Xiaomi phones are infact better than samsung phones of same price category