Xiaomi Has Sold More than 110 Million Redmi Smartphones
Xiaomi is currently among the top Chinese companies, being one of the most rapidly growing smartphone companies in the world (and its future is certainly very bright). Xiaomi is ready to “conquer” the world and this is evidenced by the interesting figures that were recently revealed by Hugo Barra, the vice president of international of the popular company.
More specifically, Hugo Barra announced via Twitter that his company sold more than 110 million Redmi smartphones worldwide, since the first Redmi appeared in August 2013, which translates into 1.21 smartphones per second for a period of three years old.
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) 11 ΙουλÎ¯ου 2016
Moreover, Hugo Barra revealed that the age group that prefers the company’s products most is 22 - 29. In fact, according to their consumer profile, they are particularly active users in mobile technology who have various interests, such as games, books, social media and video apps.
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) 11 ΙουλÎ¯ου 2016
Although Xiaomi’s mastermind released no details regarding the areas where the Redmi smartphones have sold more pieces, we know that apart from China, India gives a vote of confidence in the Redmi smartphones as well.
Undoubtedly, with such good performance, the future belongs to Xiaomi.