Xiaomi, India’s top 4G handset vendor in January

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The Chinese handset maker leads the 4G LTE device market with 30.8 per cent market share.

Chinese handset maker Xiaomi surpassed global smartphone giants Samsung and Apple in terms of market share to become India’s top 4G handset seller in January this year, CyberMedia Research said on Tuesday.

Earlier this month, the market research firm had said that the iPhone maker emerged as the largest 4G LTE device vendor in the country in October-December 2014.

As per the latest CyberMedia Research (CMR) data, Xiaomi leads the 4G LTE device market with 30.8 per cent market share in January followed by Apple (23.8 per cent), Samsung (12.1 per cent), HTC (10 per cent) and Micromax (8.3 per cent).

In October-December 2014 quarter, over one million 4G devices, including smartphones, tablets and data cards were shipped to the Indian market.

Apple led with a 45 per cent market share at the end of October-December quarter in 2014, followed by HTC at 19 per cent and Samsung at 16 per cent, it had said.

Overall in handsets in January 2015, including feature phones, smartphones, 3G and 4G mobile phones, Samsung led the pack with 17.3 per cent market share followed by Lava (11.9 per cent), Microsoft (10.3 per cent), Micromax (9.7 per cent) and Intex (8.5 per cent), CMR said.

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Samsung was also the top smartphone vendor in India with 28.8 per cent market share in January followed by Micromax (12.1 per cent), Intex (9.7 per cent), Lava (9.4 per cent) and Microsoft (4.5 per cent), it added.

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