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Xiaomi Samsung Constitute 45 Percent of Indian Smartphone Market

Xiaomi, Samsung Now Constitute 45 Percent of Indian Smartphone Market:

Samsung and Xiaomi contributed 45 percent of the smartphone market in the third quarter of this year, because the market grew 37% (quarter in the quarter) and 18% (year by year), temporarily for the first time America was left behind - Canalys Result of similar results.

According to the latest research of Counterpoint's 'Market Monitor Service', India's handset shipments reached the highest level of more than 84 lakhs for the first time, inspired by strong sales of both feature phones and smartphones.

"This is the first time since 2012 that Samsung and Xiaomi have reached this level of joint shares, and in the quarter segment, Micromax and Lava have been marked as well as returning to development for local handsets such as Micromax and Lava. , "Said Karna Chauhan, Analyst in Counterpoint Research

The Chinese brand's performance remained strong and more than half of the total smartphone shipments contributed.

After taking possession of local players in the second half of 2016, it has become more than 50 percent of their market share during the third quarter.

However, during the Smarttime last year, local brands such as Micromax and Lava are increasing at 41% and 24% (QoQ) respectively, which is lower than all their time in the smartphone segment.

Micromax Bharat was the best selling model in the $ 75 (about Rs 4,900) segment.

During the third quarter, inspired by festival sales, Xiamem, Intel, Vipo, and OnePlus were the fastest growing smartphone brands.

The featurephone segment decreased by 4 per cent (YoI), but sub-rupee grew 22 per cent. During the quarter, 1,000 devices in the market, as well as the entry of Joyo phones and Nokia branded phones

Research analyst Shobhit Srivastava at Counterpoint said, "Reliance Jio has officially launched its 4G LTE network after almost a year, which has demand for a turn for mobile data consumption and 4G enabled phones. Changed."

Within a year, Geo attracted more than 100 million subscribers on its network and is now targeting the next 100 million customers by bringing the first LTE facility in the market.

Three of the four mobile handsets sent to India during the third quarter

The cheapest mid-end segments (10,000 rupees - 15,000 rupees) were the fastest growing areas due to Xiaomi's strong performance, which contributed to close shipment.

Taran Pathak, director of Counterpoint Associates, said, "Three of the top five selling smartphones in India were of Xiamen alone." Zoomi has been popular for the value of money offerings in the past.

The premium segment (above Rs 30,000) has increased the record three times (YOI) due to the strong performance of Apple, OnePlus and Samsung during the third quarter.

Qualcomm was the leader in smartphone chipset suppliers


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