Redmi Note 10 goes on sale in India Today is the first time. However, the sale, which started at 12 noon, did not go as smoothly as the company had hoped. According to a tweet Xiaomi Head Manu Kumar Jain saw the sale as “unprecedented traffic” which seemed to cause some problems on the website. But the thing that bothered buyers the most was the low-end Redmi Note 10 The 4GB + 64GB variant is not for sale today. This model is priced at Rs 11,999. Realme To dig quickly at Xiaomi about this fact, in particular Realme 8 Series India Launch Drawing Close.
What happened during the sale of the Redmi Note 10 today?
The Redmi Note 10 goes on sale in India at 12 PM IST. The official Mi India website saw a huge amount of users logging in to buy a unit, which caused the website to crash. The company tried to resolve this issue soon. In addition, only the Redmi Note 10 6GB + 128GB variant is on sale today at Rs 13,999. The lower end variant priced at Rs 11,999 is not for sale due to unknown reasons.
Today’s sales # Redminote10: We are seeing unprecedented traffic! Millions of Mi fans came to buy the phone.
Hence the website / encounters encountered some issues. Please give us a few minutes. We are working to resolve it quickly.
– Manu Kumar Jain (uk Manukumar Jain) March 16, 2021
What did Realme say?
Realol India CMO Francis Wang exclaimed at Xiaomi for not providing the lower end 4GB RAM variant of the Redmi Note 10 during today’s sale. Wong’s tweet reads, “By the way, I mean if you know the lower variant will fit us.”
By the way, if you know what I mean, the lower variant will fit us. https://t.co/5GkNCXLCdm
– Francis FutureX (ran Francis Realm) March 16, 2021
Wang mentioned the RealMe 8 series, which is set to launch in India on March 24. Based on the specs revealed so far, the Realmy 8 and Realme 8 Pro will take the Redmi Note 10 phones. So, real digging at Xiaomi on the sale of Redmi Note 10 in India is probably.
This is not the first time I have taken a real swing at Giomi. The company itself Redmi choked on fun in the K20 Launched at Rs 21,999, the RealMe X is priced at Rs 16,999 and offers similar features. Xiaomi offspring Poco also took a few shots at Realme In the past. The brand mocked RealM last year for launching the 5G-enabled RealMe X50 Pro, claiming that consumers did not need a 5G phone at the time.