India’s Best Selling Phone of 2017 | Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 | Redmi 4 as 2nd Best

Xiaomi Redmi 4 was the second best!

Just today, we got a report from Canalys which revealed that Xiaomi had beaten Samsung to become the top smartphone maker in India. There are some doubts since some sources say this report is not correct. Whatever the reality is, there is no doubt that Xiaomi is surely the most successful smartphone company in India right now as every phone launched by the company last year became a huge hit. Today, we also got to know that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, which was launched last year and was India’s Best Selling Phone of 2017. It is worth mentioning that among the top 5 best selling smartphones in India, three were Xiaomi devices.

India's Best Selling Phone of 2017 Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

So, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 was India’s Best Selling Phone of 2017, followed by the Redmi 4, Samsung Galaxy J2, Oppo A37 and the Xiaomi Redmi 4A. So, among the top 5 smartphones, three are Xiaomi phones which is incredible. This is a report from CounterPointResearch which is well-known for such reports.

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As per CounterPointResearch, the Xiaomi has a 25% market share in the Q4 2017 while Samsung had 23%. These numbers suggest that the report from Canalys is correct and Xiaomi has surely beaten Samsung in the Q4 2017 to become the top smartphone maker in India.

Well, Xiaomi is full of confidence right now as the company has already launched Redmi 5 and 5 Plus which are selling like hot cakes. The Redmi Note 5 is coming pretty soon, and there is no doubt at all that this device is going to break all the records set earlier.  Once again, congratulations, Xiaomi!




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