Xiaomi Mi 11 pre-orders exceed 850,000 records on Jingdong

Xiaomi Mi 11, released back Monday (December 28), is already ready for pre-orders in China. And now, a report shows that the device has received an amazing response to pre-sale recordings.

According to the report, Xiaomi Mi 11’s pre-order registrations exceeded 850,000 on JD.com (Jingdong). At the time of writing, records are moving further and are around 865,638 according to the Jingdong website. With 3-4 hours left for the first sale tomorrow (January 1, 2021), the number is expected to increase even more.

Weibo, Xiaomi’s official, has already announced that the first sale of Mi 11 will be at 0:00 AM Beijing time (UTC + 08:00). Although this meeting is online, reports say that on January 1, up to 171 Xiaomi stores will sell the device offline simultaneously. A Xiaomi director has already said that the company is well prepared enough to maintain Mi 11 stocks.

In addition, the first flagship model Snapdragon 888 2021 deserves such a reception. This is because the device is a compelling offer starting at 3999 yuan (~ $ 611). You can see below all the variants and their prices:

  • 8 + 128 GB * – 3,999 yuan ($ 611)
  • 8 + 256 GB- 4,299 yuan ($ 657)
  • 12 + 256 GB- 4,699 yuan ($ 719)

* – RAM + storage

The device comes in blue, black and white color options. There is also a special edition Lei Jun Signature Edition with Scodix Crystal finish for the 12 GB version. In addition, Xiaomi also announced two versions of vegan leather in Smoky Purple and Khaki colors.

It is also worth noting that the Mi 11 will not come this time with an adapter in the box. However, Xiaomi is quite kind enough to include a special 55 W GaN charger in a special edition. This package will be available for the same price for a limited time. And after that, you have to pay 99 yuan ($ 15) to get it.