• Amidst India-China Conflict Samsung Replaces Xiaomi As Top Leader In Mobile Sales

     

    The anti-China environment in India still persists due to the border dispute with China. At the same time, Chinese smartphone companies are facing their biggest loss. The popularity of Chinese smartphones in India has declined due to the anti-China campaign.

    At the same time, now the CounterPoint report has revealed that South Korean electronic company Samsung surpassed Chinese company Xiaomi in the September quarter to reach the top in the Indian market after two years.

    Market experts believe that China’s tensions with India and the ban on Chinese companies in the US are behind Samsung’s rise to the top. Also, at the cost of new products, Samsung has been able to beat Chinese companies.

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    Counterpoint’s Market Monitor service has released a new report on the Indian smartphone market for the third quarter of this year, revealing an increase of 9 per cent and total smartphone shipments surpassing 53 million units.

    Samsung led the Indian smartphone market with a 24 per cent share, followed by Xiaomi with 23 per cent. After this, Vivo has 16 per cent market share, Realme 15 per cent, Oppo 10 per cent and other brands have 12 per cent market share. According to the report, Samsung has topped this year for the first time since Q3 2018.

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