Manu Kumar Jain, Xiaomi India Head disclosed the latest flash sale figures on Twitter.

Priced at Rs  9,999, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G will have 5.5-inch 720p display and 13 MP rear camera with LED flash. Also, it has 5 MP front snapper and the smartphone will work upon 1.6 GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 processor,  2GB of RAM and 8GB of expandable internal storage.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G comes with a 3,100 mAh battery and has only one SIM card slot unlike its 3G version which has dual-SIM slot.

The company could sell more models in Indian stores while pursuing its primarily online-only strategy if it succeeds in selling enough Redmi Note 4G handsets through shops of carrier Bharti Airtel Ltd.

Xiaomi entered India with online retailer in July, selling phones through flash sales whereby availability is limited to short time frames. The online strategy cuts down on marketing and distribution costs, allowing Xiaomi to sell feature-rich phones at low prices.
But last week, Bharti Airtel said it would sell Redmi Note 4G handsets in six cities through 133 stores of India's biggest fourth-generation (4G) mobile network provider. In-store handset prices in India are comparable to online models because neither are sold with network chips or subsidised through pricing plans.
"If this works out fine, we'll expand the partnership to other cities and other devices," Manu Jain, head of Xiaomi in India, said on Wednesday, adding that it was too early to form any concrete plans yet.
Making models available in stores - as Xiaomi does in China - could help the fast-growing startup reach more users in the world's third-largest smartphone market as Bharti promotes the handsets to attract subscribers to its 4G service.