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Saudi Arabia’s SOUQ gears up for flash sale on Xiaomi smartphone

The flash sale will last only 15-minutes

Saudi Arabia’s SOUQ gears up for flash sale on Xiaomi smartphone
Xiaomi Redmi 5A.

E-commerce platform SOUQ.com has announced plans to launch a flash sale for Xiaomi's Redmi 5A smartphone in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The 15-minute flash sale is scheduled for 24 January 2018 at 11AM until 4PM where the cost of the Redmi 5A will be SAR 333, inclusive of VAT. Furthermore, 5 lucky winners will have the chance to win free Xiaomi devices.

The Xiaomi Redmi 5A is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 quad-core processor, with the aim to deliver a fast and smooth performance. It supports simultaneous use of two 4G Nano SIM cards and a microSD card up to 128GB.

The smartphone also boasts a 5-inch full laminated HD display and includes a 3000mAh battery, offering eight days standby time. It also equipped with a 13MP rear camera with Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) for fast focusing and an f/2.2 aperture that guarantees picture clarity. It has a 5MP front camera with an f/2.0 aperture that comes with Xiaomi's Beautify mode for great selfies.

Customers will be able to pay via safe and secure payment gateway and get fast delivery to their doorsteps.

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