In February last year, Xiaomi introduced two external batteries under the Redmi brand. And now the Chinese giant has announced that sales of Redmi external batteries have exceeded 1 million units so far.
In India, two portable batteries are sold at a 20% discount for the 10,000 mAh model and 30% for the 20,000 mAh model. In Europe, only one model with a capacity of 10,000 mAh is available and costs 10 euros. The older model produces 18 watts of power, while the younger is limited to 10 watts. Both external batteries can be charged using a USB-C or microUSB cable.
Xiaomi announced last year that it has sold 10 million Mi Power Banks that were manufactured in India. And back in 2015, the company boasted that its 10,400mAh external battery, released in December 2013, was its best-selling accessory worldwide, with 10 million units already sold.