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Xiaomi’s smartphone sales volume decreased by 10.2% year on year to 25 million units in the first quarter amid a 6.6% drop in global smartphone sales, according to data from IDC.

Xiaomi’s marketshare for the first quarter fell by 0.4 ppt year on year, but increased 0.4 ppt on the quarter. The company has seen negative

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