According to the site, the initial batch of 46,500 units shipped out from Zhengzhou and Shanghai to the Netherlands and United Arab Emirates (UAE), respectively.
The number of units is much lower than shipped for the first batch of previous iPhone models, suggesting that as rumored, the iPhone X will be in extremely short supply.
Last week, Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang said that iPhone X production had increased to 400K units per week from just 100K units per week.
The iPhone X will be available to pre-order of October 27th and be released on November 3rd. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.