Xiaomi Has Shipped 100 Million Smartphones, Manu Jain Sings A Song


100 million Xiaomi smartphones have now been shipped in India. Manu Jain cannot control his excitement. “#100MillionXiaomi” is now trending on Twitter.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

100 million Xiaomi smartphones have now been shipped in India. This has taken place in 5 years. This marks the first time a smartphone brand has shipped 100 million units within a five-year period, according to Mi India. The shipping of 100 million Xiaomi smartphones has also led to a hashtag “#100MillionXiaomi” trending on Twitter. In fact, this trend has been rapidly rising on the micro-blogging site and is currently in the fourth position amongst the most popular trends.  

This news was first shared by Mi India’s Manu Kumar Jain on Twitter, netizens weren’t far behind in pouring out congratulatory messages to Jain. At this point in time, it is worth remembering that Xiaomi Mi A3 which is a recent release turned out to be popular. The mid-range smartphone is currently available to buy at Rs 13000 online. This is an Android One device and offers stock Android for users.  

The 100 million mark

In tandem with Xiaomi having clocked 100 million shipments in India, a video published by Xiaomi India on YouTube regarding this announcement has now surfaced and even showcases Jain singing. Click here to watch the video now.  At this point in time, Twitterati have been continually trending the “100Million Xiaomi” trend: 





Chinese smartphones dominate

Finally, with Xiaomi’s 100 million shipments in India, it has been further substantiated that Chinese smartphone brands could do well to cater to the local consumers with the right connect. This fact adds meat to a recent report which showcased a massive jump in market shares for Chinese brands including Xiaomi. These brands, viz Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, Realme, and Xiaomi now hold 42% of the market in India. Realme also reported a staggering 84% growth in shipments during the second quarter of 2019. 

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