Xiaomi India becomes the most sold phones in 2019: IDC
IDC’s latest Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, Q4 2019 report has announced Xiaomi as the first smartphone brand to lead the mobile phone market in India. Xiaomi became the most sold mobile phones in 2019.
1. Xiaomi has become the first smartphone to lead the mobile phone market in India in Q4 2019 across smartphone and feature phone market.
2. Xiaomi continues to lead the smartphone market for ten consecutive quarters with 29% market share in Q4 2019 and 28.6% market share in CY 2019.
3. As per Q4 2019 smartphone tracker, Xiaomi is
55% bigger than the second largest smartphone vendor
88% bigger than the third largest smartphone vendor
123% bigger than the fourth largest smartphone vendor; and
127% larger than the fifth smartphone vendor
Xiaomi had three out of the top five smartphones in CY 2019; with Redmi Note 7 Pro leading followed by Redmi 6A.
Xiaomi continued to lead the online smartphone market with more than 42.71% market share in Q4 2019 and 43.82% in CY 2019.
Xiaomi shipped over 43 million units in CY 2019
“This is an extremely exhilarating moment for us at Xiaomi India, as we become the leader in the overall mobile phone market across smartphones and feature phones. It has helped us come closer to our mission of providing innovation for all, and Q4 witnessed several people adopting the smartphone. This along with the fact that our overall smartphone business continues to grow is a proud moment for us at Xiaomi,” Manu Jain, Vice President, Xiaomi and Managing Director, Xiaomi India said
He further added, “We are so grateful for the immense love and support we have received from millions of Mi Fans, who have believed in us every step of the way. Our mission to deliver amazing products at honest pricing has changed people’s lives and started a new chapter in the mobile Internet era in India, and I believe we will become an even bigger part of people’s lives as we are committed to gaining our users’ sustained trust and appreciation through constant innovation across our products, business model and infrastructure.”