Apparently, the upcoming Redmi Note 8 series has attracted a strong interest among the Chinese consumers. Just a day after the device went on pre-registrations in the Chinese market, it has already achieved more than one million registrations of interest. To be exact, the current figure stood at a staggering 1.4 million.
Of course, this doesn’t really came much as a surprise to most of us given that the Redmi Note series is one of the company’s best selling smartphones for the past few years. Take the Redmi Note 7 series as an example – the company had shipped more than 20 million units globally within a short span of 7 months.
While the number of pre-registrations is expected to rise even further for the next few days, but we don’t have to worry so much about it’s stock availability this time round. According to Xiaomi’s VP Lu Weibing, the device had already been undergoing production more than two weeks ago and he is confident that number of units stocked up will be able to meet the demand of the consumers this time round.
What’s so interesting about the Redmi Note 8 is that the device will be the first Redmi smartphone to feature a 64MP Samsung ISOCELL GW1 sensor and also the first to be driven by the latest Mediatek Helio G90T SoC.