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New Delhi, Apr 26: After smartphones, it is time for smart LED bulbs. Yes, such bulbs are here which can be operated by your smartphones and have a life of 11 years.

These Mi Smart LED Bulbs have been brought in India by Xiaomi.

Features of  Mi LED Smart Bulb

– Comes with 16 million colors
– You can control it with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa
– Can also be controlled  Mi Home App
– Life of about 11 years
– You don’t need a dedicated bridge to use its smart functions
– It has 800 lumens brightness
– Bulb uses about 10W energy
– Use Smartphone app to control brightness, colours
–  You can turn of and on or schedule the turn-off or on timings
– It has  E27 socket which is not supported in India
-You will  have to buy B22 socket converter separately to use the E27 socket
– Cost is around Rs 1,000

Despite losing its turf in India a little, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi retained its top slot in the first quarter (Q1) of 2019, garnering 29 per cent market share, Counterpoint Research said on Friday.

Xiaomi’s India shipments declined by 2 per cent year-on-year(Y-o-Y) as it had recorded 31 per cent market share in the same quarter last year.

The market share of Chinese brands in the Indian smartphone market reached a record 66 per cent during Q1 2019, according to Counterpoint’s “Market Monitor” service.

Xiaomi’s newly-launched Redmi Note 7 series (Note 7 and Note 7 Pro) crossed the one million mark within the first quarter of its launch.

Xiaomi’s offline contribution was highest in March.

Xiaomi Redmi 6A remained the top model, following multiple price cuts followed by Xiaomi Note 6 Pro, Redmi Y2, Samsung Galaxy M20, and Galaxy A50.

The top 10 models contributed 35 per cent of overall smartphone shipments.

“Xiaomi remains the market leader driven by new product launches. However, it faced strong market competition as compared to a year ago. Samsung did a major refresh in its product portfolio launching a new online-only M series,” said Counterpoint’s Anshika Jain.

News24 Bureau/ Agencies

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