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Xiaomi is Now #2 Smart Phone Brand in Indonesia for Q1 2018
After becoming #1 Smartphone brand of india and the #4th place in the ranking of best smartphones brand in the world, Xiaomi has just become the second largest smartphone manufacturer in Indonesia. According to Canalys report Xiaomi has managed to occupy the #2 position in the ranks of the largest smartphone vendor in the Indonesian market with18.3% of market share in Q1 2018 (from January to March) an increase of 1,455% compared to the first quarter of 2017. expansion seems to be unstoppable at the present and is registering record-breaking sales all around the world.
The company has registered a 1455% year over year growth and as compared to the same period last year, Xiaomi had shipped only 107,000 smartphones in Indonesia. This is definitely one of the most incredible growths ever registered in the smartphones market. At the 3rd place of the ranking, there is Oppo with 1.5 million units shipped (same as Q1 2017) and a share of 16.8%, while at the 4th spot we can find Vivo with a share of 6.5% and 600,000 units shipped.
"Our operational growth through enhanced local production capacity, online and offline sales channels, best talent recruitment, post-sale service expansion and support from Mi Fans will certainly contribute to the progress and growth of Xiaomi in Indonesia," said Steven Shi, Head of South Pacific Region and Country Manager, Xiaomi Indonesia
"We will continue to work hard to maintain this momentum and to launch more high quality products with honest prices in Indonesia," he added.
Xiaomi entered Indonesia in August 2014. Early last year, Xiaomi launched the initiative " Made in Indonesia" which enables the company to offer products more diverse and tailored to the local market in order to provide a better user experience. With Xiaomi's current product line, including the popular Redmi series on the market, the company has redefined the lower and middle class smartphone market in Indonesia.
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