Xiaomi launched its latest flagship smartphone last month, the Mi Note 2, at its 'Curved to Impress' event in Beijing.According to the reports, it seems that Xiaomi's newest handset the Mi Note 2 has handled to sell out its first batch within 50 seconds.
The smartphone is recently up for pre-orders in China and goes on sale from November 1. The new phablet, which features a curved display similar to the Galaxy Note 7, was available through a flash sale on Xiaomi's official website for those who had pre-registered to buy the device. This would make the Mi Note 2 one of the fastest Xiaomi phones to sell out ever, according to Android Authority.
The high-end smartphone has a 5.7-inch, curved AMOLED screen, powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 821 SoC. packed to 6 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and as much as 128 GB of snappy UFS 2.0 storage. 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage is the other available option.
Under the hood, a 4070mAh battery and Quick Charge 3.0. and equipped with a fingerprint sensor on the home button. As for the camera, the Chinese OEM has gone for a 22.56MP Sony IMX318 Exmor sensor with a f/2.0 lens. The front shooter also has EIS digital stabilization for video capture all the way up to 4K.
That's the reported length of the first flash sale for the edgy phablet, sold only in its memory configuration of 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage - on sale for ¥2,799 or ($414). The 6/128GB config (¥3,299/$488) has yet to go on sale. There's also a global version of the high-end model (¥3,499/$517) on the way, too. The next batch will be snatched up on November 8, reported from Pocket Now.
The next expected flash sale is expected to set on November 8. Meanwhile, Xiao Mi Mix the edge-to-edge bezel-less display of the smartphone is said to launch on November 4th It is also expected to sell out fairly fast.