Xiaomi Redmi K30 sales hit the equivalent of ~US$230 million in sales in under three months
While Xiaomi is yet to give the Redmi K30 a global release, the company has already sold over 1 million units in China, alone. The series currently starts at CNY 1,599 (~US$230) and rises to CNY 1,999 (~US$285) for the 5G model, albeit the top tier model will set you back CNY 2,899 (~US$417). Hence, Xiaomi has made at least US$230 million in sales even by conservative estimates.
This is all the more impressive considering that Xiaomi is yet to release the Redmi K30 Pro, which will likely sell exceedingly well too. The same applies to a possible "Zoom Edition". Additionally, these sales figures do not include those of the POCO X2, an India exclusive for the time being.
This 1 million landmark tops a good few weeks for Xiaomi. It has only been just over a week since the company announced that it had sold the equivalent of US$28.5 million of Mi 10 Pro handsets in one flash sale alone. Subsequent Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro flash sales have seemingly sold out just as quickly, too. If the Redmi K30 series does eventually make its way to Europe and beyond, then do not be surprised if Xiaomi markets them as the Mi 10T series instead, just as it did with the Redmi K20 series and the Mi 9T range.