XIAOMI breaks sales record on Lazada Philippines

Redmi Note 9 makes it to Top smartphones in 2020

The record by gross merchandise volume from Lazada Philippines’ Super Brand Day on June 18 renews the previous one set at 6.6 bounce Back Sale. Xiaomi continued its leading role in gross merchandise volume during Lazada’s Super Brand Day campaign in The Philippines on June 18, beating the previous record from 6.6 Bounce Back Sale by an impressive margin. 

 

The remarkable feat comes off the success of Redmi Note 9 (3GB + 64GB), sold out in a matter of minutes on Lazada Philippines. 

 

Redmi Note 9 is the first entry-level Redmi smartphone to feature an all-purpose quad-camera, capable of taking quick snaps, wide-angle group shots, close-ups with stunning details, and gorgeous portrait photos. 

 

It also features a crystal-clear 6.53’’ FHD+ Dot Drop display for a delightful visual experience. It also comes with TÜV Rheinland low blue light certification and Corning® Gorilla® Glass for on-the-go protection.   

 

Redmi Note 9 sports an optimized MediaTek Helio G80 SoC, delivering a 207% improved performance over its predecessor. Paired with a 5020mAh (typ) large capacity battery, Redmi Note 9 packs the power needed for everyday work and play. It also supports 18W fast charging technology, minimizing any downtime.

 

To round it out, Redmi Note 9 also comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack, IR blaster, and multi-functional NFC, while supporting dual SIM usage and an additional microSD card slot.

 

Aside from how quickly Remi Note 9 was purchased, Xiaomi’s new record was also bolstered by the extremely strong performance of newly launched devices including Mi 10 and POCO F2 Pro. As of now, both models have only a few stocks still available. 

 

Several other Xiaomi models are also sold out while the demand for their various products remain high.

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