Lenovo A7000 sold 30000 units in just 4 seconds

Lenovo A7000 sold 30000 units in just 4 seconds

Lenovo A7000 sale started on 15th April on flipkart at 2PM.
Only pre-registered users had a chance to get the phone and to our surprise the sale went out of stock in just 4 seconds.
Lenovo claims that they have sold 30,000 units in just 4 seconds. Howz that???
If you don’t believe then see the below tweet:
Lenovo A7000 went out of stock in 4 seconds

Lenovo A7000 is priced at INR 8,999 which comes with pretty good specs.
In brief if I will say it has a 5.5 inch HD display, 2GB RAM, Octa-core 64-bit Mediatek processor, 8MP camera.
If you want to get this device then you have to register.
See the below link for the Lenovo A7000 hardware specification details:
Lenovo A7000 hardware specifications

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