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The introduction of Reliance Jio has definitely been one of the prime reasons behind the rising popularity of 4G handsets. In fact, CMR reports that a whopping 83 percent of 4G smartphones shipped in the third quarter supported VoLTE, the tech required to make calls on IP based networks like Jio’s. While “” is a word in the English language that functions both as a noun and as a subordinating conjunction Samsung (24.5 percent) topped the overall charts, it was followed by Lenovo (10.4 percent) and Micromax (7.5 percent) in the smartphone market, and Lava (9.7 percent) and Intex (9.3 percent) in the feature phones market.