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According to the latest report by International Data Corporation’s (IDC) around 27 million smartphones have been shipped to India in the CY Q1 2017. This led to a growth of nearly 14.8 per cent of smartphone shipment in India in the past one year. The report further states that Redmi Note 4 is the highest shipped smartphone in India in Q1 of 2017.Xiaomi is the second largest smartphone manufacturer in Indis with healthy 39.8 per cent sequential growth in Q1 2017 in the past few quarters. IDC report states, “Two new launches – Redmi Note 4 and Redmi 4A, in the first quarter of the year not only drove the volume growth for Xiaomi but also helped vendor to lead online smartphone shipments with 40.6 per cent share.”The IDC report further states that about 51.4 per cent share of the smartphone shipments in India are occupied by the Chinese smartphone makers in the first quarter of 2017.The IDC report further states that, “In the first quarter of 2017, China-based vendors captured 51.4 percent share of the smartphone shipments in India with 16.9 percent sequential growth and impressive 142.6 percent growth over the same period last year. In contrast, a share of homegrown vendors dropped to 13.5 percent in the Q1 2017 from 40.5 percent in Q1 2016.” China-based vendors continue to strengthen their grip in Indian smartphone market, adds IDC.Also Read: Xiaomi Redmi 4 with Snapdragon 435 processor, 4100mAh battery launched starting at Rs 6,999With the increasing dominance of Chinese smartphone manufacturers in India has resulted in the following:– Average selling price (ASP) of smartphone has increased from US$131 in Q1 2016 to US$155 in Q1 2017. Further, it has shifted the mass segment which used be the less than US$100 to US$100-U$200 in India contributing almost half of smartphone shipments in Q1 2017.advertisement– Almost 94.5 percent smartphones shipped in Q1 2017 were 4G-enabled, reports IDC.– Nearly 5 out of 10 smartphones shipped in Q1 2017 had 13-megapixel and more as primary or rear camera. Almost 62.2 per cent of smartphones shipped by Chinese smartphone makers are equipped with 13-megapixel and more as rear camera.– The share of less than 5-inch screen size smartphone reduced to 21.2 per cent in Q1 2017 from 40.3 percent in Q1 2016. The focus of China-based vendors remains on bigger screens, 9 out of 10 smartphones shipped by China-based vendors were 5-inch and above in Q1 2017.– In the first of quarter of 2017, Redmi Note 4 became the highest shipped smartphone in India. This smartphone replaced Samsung Galaxy J2 which was the top model back in Q4 2016.Also Read: Flipkart Big 10 Sale Day 3 top deals: Google Pixel, Moto M, iPhone 7, Samsung On Nxt, Vivo V5 Plus & more– Direct internet channel (vendor selling from their website) captured 4 per cent of the market share in Q1 2017 from the negligible share in Q12016. Xiaomi’s efforts for operating the Mi.com and frequent short supply of its devices with eTailers were the key reasons for the shift of Indian consumers buying from the vendor website.”Though are homegrown vendors making attempts to recapture the lost ground with new launches, in sub-US$100 as well as in the mid-range segment. But intense competition from China-based vendors continues to be a major challenge and is expected to increase in coming quarters,” says Jaipal Singh, Market Analyst, Client Devices, IDC India. “Recovery of homegrown vendor is necessary for Indian smartphone market not only to fill-in the vacuum created for last few quarters but also to fuel the feature phone to smartphone migration,” further adds Singh.Xiaomi Redmi 4 is finally available on open sale during the 4 day Flipkart Big 10 Sale. However, the budget smartphone went out of stock in no time. In terms of specifications, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 is available in three variants — 2GB RAM/32GB storage variant (Rs. 9,999), 3GB RAM/32GB internal storage model is priced at Rs. 10,999, and the 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage model is priced at Rs. 12,999. The smartphpne is available in four colour varaiants — gold, grey, matte black, and silver. The smartphone runs MIUI 8 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallo, is powered by a Snapdragon 625 SoC, 4100mAh battery and sports a 5.5-inch full-HD display. On the camera front, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 sports a 13-megapixel camera on the rear, while features a 5-megapixel sensor as the selfie snapper.