A super-powered, meticulously-designed concept phone that’s nearly all-screen and no sham has sold out in a fifth of the time that the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 did.

The company launched sales for the first batch of Mi MIX smartphones at 10:00am in China and they were all gone by 10:00:10am. The phone comes in two memory configurations: 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for ¥3,499 ($518) and 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for ¥3,999 ($592).

It is not known how many units were available, but our expectations were set low in the first place as yields were promised to be low because of its envelope-pushing design. Another batch will be out in China on November 8.

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