It’s not surprising that the launch of Xiaomi’s first available LTE managed to build a crowd and again the company have sold all their stock in just seconds.
Earlier today in China, Xiaomi placed 100,000 Xiaomi Redmi Note LTE phones on sale. 100,000 might sound like a lot of phones to shift, but again the Beijing phone maker managed to find homes for all of them in only 35 seconds!
The LTE version of the Redmi Note is actually the first every 4G LTE Xiaomi phone to go on sale. The Xiaomi Mi4 was announced a few weeks ago but the LTE verso is still not available to buy.
The Redmi Note is a 5.5-inch Android powered phablet with 3100mAh battery, and 2GB RAM. The LTE version still costs only 999 Yuan in China, but does not have dual-sim support which is only available on the Mediatek powered 3G version of the phone.