Mi TVs sales cross 2 million mark within 14 months in India, Xiaomi says

“Xiaomi forayed into the Indian television market last year with 55-inch 4K MI LED TV 4 Pro”

Within a short span of time, Xiaomi has gained massive popularity in the Indian television market. As per the company, its Mi TVs have surpassed two million sales in the country within a mere 14 months of their launch. Xiaomi launched its first Mi TV in India early last year with 55-inch 4K Mi LED TV 4 Pro. Since then, it has added Mi TVs in the country across various price segments. 

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Some of the popular Mi TV models include Mi LED TV 4A PRO 43, Mi LED Smart TV 4A 43, Mi LED TV 4A PRO 32, and Mi LED TV 4C PRO 32. They are touted to offer incredible features such as the smart PatchWall atop Android, which provides consumers hours of content and consistent user experience across all variants. A few variants also feature the voice search feature baked in. “Despite the entry into a relatively nascent smart TV industry in India, Xiaomi’s Mi LED TVs have gained massive popularity among millions of consumers and Mi Fans,” Xiaomi said in its press release.

Furthermore, According to the IDC Smart Home Device tracker report, Xiaomi has also become the number one smart TV brand in for three consecutive quarters — Q2, Q3, and Q4 2018 — in a row. The company claims that its philosophy ‘innovation for everyone’ that has helped Xiaomi reach the spot.

In related news, Xiaomi is selling its Mi LED TV 4A PRO 43 and Mi LED TV 4 PRO 55 at a discounted price of Rs 21,999 and Rs 44,999, respectively on Mi.com, Mi Homes and Flipkart. Both the models have received Rs 1,000 price cut for the Mi Super Sale, which will be live until May 19th. The sale also includes deals and offers on Redmi 6, Redmi 6 Pro, Redmi Y2, Mi Band HRX Edition, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi Note 6, POCO F1, Mi Home Security Camera, and Mi A2.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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