POCO Record Breaking Sale – sold over a million smartphones during Flipkart Big Billion Days sale

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Flipkart Big Billion days sale is now finally over, But the sale this year became a grand platform for the launch of many new products and technologies. Also, a number of new products like Pixel 4a and Galaxy F41 launched on the occasion of this sale. But the company that was at its heightened profit during this sale seems to be POCO. Why are we saying this, Let’s have a look!


Big Billion Days Spectacular offers and Amazing deals

Not just amazing offers and prices, above all, some of the popular and old devices like LG G8X ThinQ and iPhones have been heavily discounted. That said, now that the sale is over, POCO has officially announced that over one million smartphones have been sold during this period.

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POCO becomes the Show stopper amid the sale

POCO was tossed-off into an autonomous brand under the Xiaomi Group earlier this year. Its devices in India are sold exclusively on Flipkart. In the country, the brand currently sells the following five handsets.

  • X2 of POCO
  • X3 POCO
  • M2 Pro POCO
  • M2 POCO
  • C3 of POCO
With the exception of the latest POCO X3, all the smartphones mentioned above have been discounted. Buyers were also able to take advantage of extra bank discounts. Media houses highly recommend these phones, even at their launch prices. With discounts, during the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale that ran from October 16-21, according to the brand’s internal data, they flew off the shelves that POCO managed to sell over a million (10 lakh) units of them.
That said, all previously launched new POCO-branded smartphones (except POCO X3) are rebadged Redmi devices with slightly better configuration and cheaper price tags.



News writer, Content writer and a person who can express well by writing.:) Shivani is a New York-based science blogger and columnist, working in the Science Journalism industry for the last five and half years.

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