It's unclear why Xiaomi tweeted the wrong number. In fact, the tweet links to a report from a news site that's not even affiliated with Xiaomi. It's possible something got lost in translation here.
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But earlier today, Xiaomi had a lot of people freaking out when it tweeted that it got a whopping 122 million pre-orders for the phone.
According to a Xiaomi spokesperson, the tweet is wrong. The company actually got 15 million signups on its website for the RedMi Note.
The RedMi Note is Xiaomi's first phablet. It has a 5.5-inch screen, 13 megapixel camera, and a large battery for extended use. But what's more impressive is that the phone only costs about $130. Most high-end phablets cost at least $600.
Xiaomi phones are growing in popularity in China. Through its online store, the company often sells out new models within a few minutes. It also has a devoted fan base, so some people have called it the "Apple of China."
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