Written by: Vertika Mittal

Tokyo Olympics 2020 medal winners will receive a Mi 11 Ultra from Xiaomi India

At the Olympics so far, India has won a total of 10 gold medals – eight of them by way of hockey. It was won by two individuals, Abhinav Bindra and Neeraj Chopra.

Other competitors who won medals in the international multi-sport event included Mirabai Chanu, Ravi Kumar Dahiya, Lovlina Borgohain, PV Sindhu, and Bajrang Punia.

Xiaomi has announced that it will provide its flagship Mi 11 Ultra smartphone to all Indian athletes who earned a medal at the recently finished Tokyo Olympics 2020. Manu Kumar Jain, the MD of Xiaomi India, broke the news on Twitter.

A bronze medal-winning hockey team in India would receive the Mi 11X, Jain said.

During the Tokyo Olympics 2020, Indian athletes performed admirably, earning the country a total of seven medals, the most ever, exceeding the six medals won in the 2012 Olympics.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 logo
Tokyo Olympics 2021

The effort was led by Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, who earned India’s first Olympic gold medal in athletics.

Indian government and numerous state governments have also offered awards for athletes who performed well at the Olympics in Tokyo 2020, in addition to Xiaomi.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is the company’s flagship smartphone, priced at Rs 69,999 for the single 12GB RAM/256GB storage configuration.

The Mi 11X is the entry-level model in the Mi 11 series, priced at Rs 29,999 for the 6GB RAM/128GB storage variant and Rs 31,999 for the 8GB RAM/128GB storage model in India.

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Vertika Mittal

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