Xiaomi shipped most smartphones in India in October, followed by Samsung: IDC

According to the latest data from analysts International Data Corporation (IDC), Xiaomi topped the Indian smartphone market with 5.5 million smartphones in October. The Chinese company has a market share of 24.8 per cent, a growth of 38.1 per cent year-on-year. Samsung lags behind Xiaomi with a market share of 20.6 percent, although the company has grown 42.2 percent year-over-year. Overall, the Indian smartphone market grew by 42 per cent year-on-year in October, with 21 million units shipped.

IDC Has been released Shows its Indian Monthly smartphone tracker Xiaomi It shipped 5.5 million units in October this year to gain 24.8 per cent market share. The company shipped 3.9 million units in the same month last year with a market share of 24.7 per cent. Xiaomi reported 38.1 percent growth in October. In second place, Samsung It has a market share of 20.6 per cent and shipped 4.5 million units in India, registering a growth of 42.2 per cent per annum.

Next on the list of top 5 smartphone sellers Vivo It shipped 3.9 million units in October, up 37.3 per cent year-on-year in October, compared to 2.9 million units shipped in the same month last year. Realme, 3.0 million units in fourth place recorded a significant 48.2 per cent growth – the highest of all brands.

Oppo In fifth place was 2.7 million units, up 40.2 percent. There are other brands for the remaining 2.4 million units shipped.

The Indian smartphone market grew 42 per cent year-on-year in October, selling a total of 21 million units. IDC attributed the growth to increased online sales and increased demand from the third quarter of this year. The number of units shipped in India was the highest in October and the second highest in a single month after 23 million units shipped in September this year.

Online platforms accounted for 51 percent of smartphone sales, up 51 percent. Purchases of low- to mid-range smartphones increased by 60 per cent year-on-year to between $ 100 (approximately Rs. 7,400) and $ 200 (approximately Rs. 41,700), the report said. Apple Led the premium segment in India, which grew by 16 per cent year-on-year in October.

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