May 18, 2020, Kathmandu
Xiaomi has become the number 1 smartphone brand in Nepal.
The fortune 500 company announced its accomplishment after receiving the report from the International Data Communication (IDC). IDC published its quarterly report for 2020 as Q1 2020, where Xiaomi beat Smartphone giant Samsung by 12.3% market share in Nepal.
The IDC’s latest Globally Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, Q1 2020, discloses the following facts.
Xiaomi leads the market share in Nepal with an outstanding 30.9%, followed by Samsung at 18.6%. Market share coverage by Vivo stands at 12.3%, making it the 3rd smartphone brand choice in Nepal. Similarly, Oppo Smartphone secures the 4th position with a 10.0% market share and Lava in 5th by 5.3%.
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Xiaomi’s Success Mantra
The company, thanks to the successful festive sales the country has to offer. Nepal has a lot of festivals, and people like to grab the best deals during these hot events. Xiaomi was the number one choice in every sale event hosted by Daraz.com, an online selling platform. Hence, the partnership with Daraz.com gave more exposure to Xiaomi Nepal.
Redmi Note 8 and Redmi 8 are among the top-selling smartphones in Nepal. Not just that, offline partners of the brand equally contributed to its massive sales. Xiaomi has more than 900 offline partners with 350 Mi preferred partner shops across the country. All this, within a year.
The smartphone’s seducing specs, highest quality experience, and honest pricing made its mark in Nepal.
Not just with Sales, the company has nailed the after-sales service formula and winning hearts of its users. They are exclusive authorized service centers with a strong distribution network across various locations.
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Xiaomi is making world presence!
The company is relentlessly building amazing products with absolute honest prices to allow everyone in the world to enjoy a better life through innovative technology.
Besides, Xiaomi is the world’s fourth-largest smartphone brand with its products available in more than 80 countries.
After making it to the list as the youngest Global 500 Company in July 2019, the future of this company seems to be very bright.