Yesterday evening, Xiaomi announced via official Twitter that the global sales of the Redmi Note series exceeded 110 million units. This is an amazing achievement when taking into account the fierce competition in the mid-range smartphone market. But we know that the Note series handset have always been on the top positions. Just until recently, they have had no rivals in terms of price-over-performance ratio. But at the moment, there are a few other brands that are successfully struggle with it. Among them, we can mention Huawei’s Honor, OPPO’s Realme, and VIVO’s iQOO.
The latest Redmi Note series phones are the Redmi Note 9 Pro series released in India on March 12. This series of smartphones are equipped with the Snapdragon 720G chip. They also sport a 6.67-inch punch-hole screen and a side fingerprint recognition module. Unser the hood, they also carry a built-in 5020mAh battery, which supports a 33W fast charge. The back camera comes with a main sensor of 48MP / 64MP resolution.
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Redmi is a new product line launched by Xiaomi in July 2013, and officially announced brand independence in January 2019. In May 2019, Lu Weibing, vice president of Xiaomi Group and general manager of Redmi brand, presented the Redmi strategy and goals at the Redmi K20 conference:
First, adhere to the ‘extreme price-performance ratio’;
Second, adhere to high quality;
Third, speed up internationalization;
Fourth, layout of mid-to-high-end products for smartphones;
Fifth, focus on 5G, expand multiple categories, deploy AloT, and build the Redmi ecosystem.