Xiaomi introduced that it has shipped over 200 million Redmi Note sequence telephones globally. The firm, citing the figures from Xiaomi Data Center, shared the event by the Redmi India account on Twitter. The first Redmi Note sequence cellphone was launched again in 2014. Since then, the corporate has persistently launched Redmi Note sequence telephones with the Redmi Note 9 sequence being the newest. The Redmi Note 10 sequence has been within the information for fairly a while now and is predicted to debut within the first quarter of this 12 months.
Redmi Note sequence that began with the Redmi Note has shipped over 200 million models globally, in accordance with Xiaomi. Redmi India shared this milestone on Twitter, including that it’s a testomony to Redmi Note being essentially the most beloved sequence on the planet. The firm solely shared an general quantity and never particular person figures for every technology within the Redmi Note sequence. Currently, the corporate is on its ninth technology and can quickly be launching the Redmi Note 10 sequence.
Xiaomi has launched telephones in its Redmi Note sequence persistently yearly since 2014. The Redmi Note 2 and the Redmi Note 3 debuted in 2015, whereas the Redmi Note 4 launched in 2016. Then got here the Redmi Note 5A in 2017, adopted by the Redmi Note 5 in early 2018. The Redmi Note 6 sequence debuted the identical 12 months and was adopted by the Redmi Note 7 sequence in early 2019. The firm additionally launched the Redmi Note 8 sequence in the identical 12 months. The Redmi Note 9 sequence debuted in 2020.
The Redmi Note 10 sequence is expected to debut within the first quarter of this 12 months. Recently, the Redmi Note 10 allegedly received Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification after being noticed on a number of different certification web sites. The sequence is predicted to incorporate a Redmi Note 10 Pro as properly. It is feasible that the Redmi Note 10 sequence is launched later this month. The firm, nevertheless, has not shared a launch date but.
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