The foundation Counterpoint Research specializing in market research published its most recent report on the status of the smartphone market in India during the second quarter of this year. According to the figures, it had got Xiaomi company for 27 percent of total sales, followed by Samsung and Vivo shares market capitalization of 23 percent and 10 percent, respectively. Considering to buy Oppo, it fell to fifth place, while the company returned Micromax abruptly to the fourth place after stood behind the 9 percent of shipments between July and September.
As a report revealed that total shipments rose by 24 percent compared to the previous quarter and by 5 percent compared with the third quarter of last year. This increase represents a significant leap has enabled India to overcome United States on the level of shipments. Exceeding the number of smartphone users in India the barrier of 400 million users, making the Asian nation the second largest market for smartphones in the world after China.
The report stated that the average selling price of all devices that were shipped in the second quarter of this year ranging between$ 150 and$ 250, while Help Phone Pocophone F1 also known as Poco F1 in India in promoting the market share to buy a Xiaomi in India. In response to this trend, Samsung Electronics unveiled more phones in the series Galaxy J Series, including Galaxy J6 and Galaxy J8. There is also a phone Galaxy J2 Core with Android Oreo Go Edition.
The appearance of the company Micromax in the list of the five companies of the first in India to have a simple explanation. She won the Indian company’s contract with the state government of Chhattisgarh in India. Distributed manufacturer along with company Reliance Jio more than 5 million smart phone for women and students in an ambitious plan to make citizens more connected with each other. Expectations refer to the decline of the company Micromax is once again in the fourth quarter of this year.
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