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TVs are next after Xiaomi extends India smartphone market lead

S.China Morning Post Tuesday, 24 April 2018
Xiaomi extended its lead over Samsung in India smartphone sales, accounting for about one of every three smartphone sold in the country in the first quarter. Televisions may be next to feel the disruptive force of its strategy to price its products at near cost.  The Beijing-based consumer electronics maker shipped more than 9 million smartphones in the first three months to India, a 155 per cent gain over the year-earlier period and translating to a 31 per cent market share, according to...
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