The data states that Xiaomi shipped as many as 33.5 million smartphones in India during the quarter.
Xiaomi reportedly sold nearly 37 percent of the phones that were replaced in Q2 2018.
Jio leads the feature phone segment at 47 percent, ahead of Samsung at 9 percent and Nokia at 8.
With nine percent market share, the company also registered a 217 percent growth in India in 2016-2017.
China-based Transsion Holdings, the makers of iTel-branded phones, intends to take on India's smartphone market: Report
"India is Transsion's second largest market after Africa. As per recent reports, we have already become the fifth largest mobile handset player in India," Talapatra told IANS.
Driven by strong shipments of Reliance JioPhone in India and the return of Nokia, the global feature phone market grew 38 percent annually in Q1 2018.
The itel S42 has some glaring flaws with its performance, display, and battery. However, it does take the cake for having a good camera for its price.
Itel S42 smartphone launched in India at Rs 8,499; will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 SoC, 3 GB RAM, 13 MP rear camera
Under the hood, we find that the Itel S42 will be running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 SoC along with 3 GB of RAM along with 16 GB of storage.
Shipment of mobile phones in India reached 288 million in 2017; Xiaomi tops the Dec quarter: IDC report
Samsung led overall market with 24.7 percent share in smartphone category and 20.5 percent share in feature phone category for 2017.
Jio pips Samsung, Micromax and Nokia to capture top spot in feature phones shipment tally: Counterpoint
About 55 million feature phones are estimated to have been shipped in the fourth quarter of 2017, up 55 percent year-on-year
Recently, the company launched its latest 4G smartphone itel A40 for Rs 3,099 in association with Bharti Airtel.
Chinese phone makers are rapidly capturing the Bangladesh market with 125 percent Year-on-Year growth
Smartphone shipments contributed to 24 percent of the total mobile phone shipments, signalling a slow but steady adoption of smartphones.
The cashback will be deposited into the Vodafone M-Pesa wallet of the users. Customers need to do a recharge of Rs 150 and more to get the cashback.
The bundled Rs 1500 refundable feature phone offer by Jio will create only a 'short term' hiccup when launched, feel at least two mobile handset makers.
The It5311 comes with a 1A charger, which technically doesn’t sound fast but can fully charge the device in less than 3 hours.
Indian smartphone brand Itel has launched 6 new mobile phones.
Chinese mobile phone manufacturer Transsion Holdings on Monday announced its entry in the Indian market with its global brand itel phone in an affordable price range of Rs.700-Rs.7,000.