The company also claimed that it witnessed a year-on-year growth of 150 percent.
In the recent report, Xiaomi claims to have sold over 2 million smartphones in Q3 2016. Xiaomi's India head , Manu Kumar Jain took his twitter account to reveal this achievement. Not only this, the Chinese handset manufacturer also claims to have witnessed 150 percent year-on-year growth compared to the same time last year i.e. Q3 2015.
Xiaomi entered the Indian market back in 2014 and after conquering the online sales, the company recently entered the offline segment as well through its Redmi 3S Plus. Moreover, it is not long when the company (via Flipkart) claimed to have sold over 1 million Redmi 3S smartphones in just four months. Further, Redmi 3S along with the Prime variant are tipped to be the best sellers in Q3 as well fuelling most of the shipments.
Coming back to the 2 million sold units, the data is said to be based on IDC report. According to a recent IDC (International Data Corporation) report, Indian smartphone shipments has crossed 30 million for the first time in a quarter.
Recently, several reports hovered over the internet about Xiaomi's sales being shrunk. However, soon Xiaomi claimed that drop in sales will not effect the profit figures, thanks to its unique business model.
In a recent interview, Xiaomi's global vice-president Hugo Barra told Reuters - "Basically we're giving to you without making any money we care about the recurring revenue streams over many years. We could sell 10 billion smartphones and we wouldn't make a single dime in profits," - he added.
All the three Xiaomi Mi 6 variants are expected to sport an AMOLED display.
The Xiaomi MIX EVO is based on the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system.
It is rumoured to be backed up by a 3,000mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge fast charging support.
The Flipkart site says that India's new all rounder is coming on January 19th.
Xiaomi has already been in touch with B2X in Europe to provide support for Xiaomi's various accessories across the European market.
It is rumoured to be backed up by a 4,000mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge fast charging support.
Xiaomi is scheduled to launch a new smartphone in India on January 19.
The smartphone was earlier spotted on the Chinese electronics regulatory agency, TENAA.
The smartphone has reportedly passed the FCC certification in the US as well.
Both the variants will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC.