Honor 9 Lite sold out in record 6 minutes on Flipkart
New Delhi: Honor 9 Lite, a device launched under Huawei`s sub-brand Honor, was sold out in a record six minutes on Flipkart, the company said on Tuesday.
"Despite fierce competition and almost a month from the first sale date, the device has received such a phenomenon response from the consumers," said P Sanjeev, Vice President, Sales, Huawei Consumer Business Group.
"The response reiterates the belief of consumers for Honor in providing feature-rich devices at aggressive prices," he added.
The 5.65-inch Honor 9 Lite has dual cameras on both the front and rear and runs Android 8.0 Oreo with EMUI 8.0.
The quad-camera smartphone is available for Rs 10,999 (32 GB variant) and Rs 14,999 (64 GB variant).
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