Xiaomi sells over 1 million Redmi Power Banks in India
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Redmi started selling its Power Bank in India from February 2020, and touts it as an ideal accompaniment to phones such as the Note 10 series. Nearly 1.5 years later, its owner Xiaomi has reported an important milestone for the accessory.
According to the brand's official Twitter account, Redmi had sold over 1 million Power Banks in India thus far. The device, which comes in 2 different sizes, one of which has a 10,000mAh capacity and the other 20,000mAh, is a rebrand of Xiaomi's Mi Power Bank, both of which are manufactured in their target market.
However, at INR 799 (~US$11) and 1,499 (~$20) respectively, the Redmi version is the cheaper of the two. Nevertheless, it might be a mark of its success that the company has never had to reduce these prices since the power bank's launch. Then again, Redmi India has now hinted that it is working on a successor for the device.