Xiaomi Mi 11 flagship shipments reach 3 million units worldwide
Xiaomi is currently celebrating the sale of its 3 millionth Mi 11 unit worldwide. The OEM is referring to the series' most expensive variants: the Ultra, Pro and their vanilla counterpart. This new figure, which apparently applies to the first 3 months of 2021, may be considered particularly impressive considering only 2 of them are available globally.
The exception is the Mi 11 Pro, a phone that improves on the base model due to its new 50MP Samsung ISOCELL GN2 main camera sensor and 6.81-inch E4 AMOLED display (although that spec is shared by the Mi 11 Ultra). It has also reportedly contributed to nine-figure revenues (in US dollars) for Xiaomi on its release in China.
Their maker also now claims that it, along with the 11 and 11 Ultra, have grabbed the largest share of the smartphone market in terms of their price-tier (4000-6000 yuan, or ~US$620-930) in their native market. Nevertheless, the flagships might even go even further in terms of shipments, as the 11 Ultra has only just launched in Europe.