Xiaomi launched the Redmi K50 Gaming smartphone in China on Wednesday and the company held its first flash say today. Well, that flash sale was a massive success as the company sold over $45 Million worth of the Redmi K50.
According to Xiaomi’s official Weibo account, the company made over CNY 280 million in revenue (almost $45 million) from sales before all the stock was gone. This sale seems to exclude the sales of the Redmi K50 eSports Edition.
Going by the flash sales record, this means the company sold over 70,000 units of the phone assuming it sold only the 12GB RAM and 256GB storage version. But, since there are other storage options, our guess is the numbers of Redmi K50 sold during the flash sales might be close to 85,000.
Both the Gaming and eSports Edition of the Redmi K50 features the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, a massive 6.67-inch AMOLED display with support for a 120Hz refresh rate and 480Hz touch sampling.
To cool the temperature of the devices, Xiaomi introduced a massive VC chamber. The 4,700mAh battery inside the device can be fully charged within 17 minutes thanks to the 120W fast charging inside.
The device also comes with pop-up triggers and a very beautiful design. The major difference between the Gaming and eSports Edition is the design. Otherwise, both editions have the same specifications.
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