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Xiaomi sells a million Redmi Note 9 in less than 2 weeks

Xiaomi triumphs in China: it doesn't matter when you read this. His new series reaches one million sales in just 13 days.

When it comes to breaking records, Xiaomi has experience to spare. To date, the Chinese firm has 7 official Guinness records, however, to these figures we can add dozens of small great achievements achieved over the last few years.

In this sense, everything that smartphone sales are concerned: Xiaomi is a real machine and whenever it has an opportunity it shows it. And so it has been with "New" Xiaomi Redmi Note 9, a series launched at the end of November that has just achieved a major milestone in the company's history, reaching one million devices sold in just 13 days.

The new Redmi Note 9 series is selling like hotcakes

Redmi Note 9

The Redmi Note 9 is a hit in the mid-range.

Thanks to Gizchina we have known that, since they went on sale on November 26, Xiaomi has sold one million devices in China, a figure that Xiaomi usually reaches without disheveled. Thus, the Mi 9 reached a million reservations (eye, not sales) in one day while the Redmi Note 7 managed to sell up to 4 million units in just 3 months.

Regarding these Xiaomi Redmi Note 9, it should be noted that it is neither the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 presented in Europe this September nor the Redmi Note 9 Pro presented in March, but rather a kind of "remastering" Note 9 series launched, currently only in China, at the end of last month.

As we discussed at the time, these new Redmi Note 9 and Note 9 Pro, bring 5G and incorporate characteristics similar to those of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite, also delving into the battery section.

Redmi Note 9 in 4g version

The 4G version of the Redmi Note 9 would reach the rest of the world as Redmi 9 Power.

Taking into account that it is a series limited to China and that it improves somewhat contained the specifications of its first cousins, The success of these three terminals is still surprising, certifying more if possible the permanence of the brand in a market as competitive and crowded as the Chinese.