The Chinese firm continues to break records, one of its cheapest smartphones has burst the market in India.
Xiaomi breaks records again with its cheapest smartphones. The LITTLE C31, a mobile that was released on the Asian market during the second half of 2021, has managed to sell a huge number of units in India. Nothing more and nothing less than 1 million devices They already have an owner.
Xiaomi’s mobile has sold all those units between September 2021 and June this year, but the thing will not end there. The POCO C31 has a lot to say and the number of units shipped continues to grow as I write these lines.
A new record for Xiaomi
As Himanshu Tandon, POCO’s top reference in India, points out, the firm’s objective is to bring its devices closer to the largest possible number of users by offering good features at a lower price than its competitors. We know, they’ve been doing it for years.
The POCO C31 was born fundamentally from the need of our consumers to enjoy the POCO experience at an even more competitive price. Therefore, we focus on redefining the smartphone experience to deliver a device that works seamlessly. Reigning in the sub Rs 10,000 price segment, the POCO C31 has been a resounding success for us.
The Chinese mobile arrives with a 6.53-inch LCD screen and HD + resolution. In the bowels of him, the Helium G35 from MediaTek, a processor that we have seen in many cheap devices in recent months. The Redmi 9Cthe OPPO A16 and the Realme C21 are some examples. The Xiaomi mobile also has a triple rear camera and a 5,000 mAh battery.
The POCO C31 is not sold in Spain, but its exchange price would be around 124 euros. It is not very different from Redmi 9C that we have just mentioned, a simple device that meets the basics and offers a very tempting price. The Chinese firm has found the key.
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