The Mi 10 Ultra looks to already be a success with day one sales exceeding US$57.8 million
Xiaomi launched the Mi 10 Ultra and Redmi K30 Ultra last week. It appears both phones are proving to be successful commercially; the Redmi K30 Ultra sold over 100,000 units in just one minutes, and Xiaomi has confirmed that Mi 10 Ultra sales were just as successful.
Going by a post shared by the company on Weibo, Mi 10 Ultra sales exceeded 400 million Yuan when it went on sale for the very first time a few days ago. Converting to freedom units shows that Xiaomi sold approximately US$57.8 million worth of Mi 10 Ultra units.
The Mi 10 Ultra starts at CNY 5,299, so assuming only base models were bought, that comes out to 75,000 units sold. Not quite as good as Redmi K30 Ultra sales, but impressive nonetheless considering the higher price tag. Of course, it's unlikely that only base models were sold, so actual numbers are probably in the 70,000 range.
The Mi 10 Ultra will go on sale again tomorrow by 10 o'clock. Only in China, of course.
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