in this Chinese group to post good performances.
sellers of smartphones in India. According to data from the Canalys firm, it is
the Chinese Vivo which takes second place with 6.7 million units sold and 19.9%
of market share; this against 6.3 million ‘units
shipped and 18.9% market share for Samsung in the first quarter of this year.
11.7% market share in India (3.9 million units sold) against 4.5% last year
serving as an excellent results that enabled it to climb to 4th place, followed
by a third subsidiary of BBK Electronics, Oppo. The combined sales of the three
entities represent more than 40% of the smartphone market in India.
in the medium term. Sponsor of the IPLT20 (the Indian Premier League, the main
professional cricket competition), it could suffer from its stoppage due to the
Covid-19 pandemic. India is, after China, the main market for the company,
which has made large marketing investments to attract consumers. Consumers who
could now lower their spending in a complex economic context and a slowdown in
China and ahead of the United States, according to a study by Counterpoint
Research. It is also experiencing good growth as the global smartphone market
begins to slow down. 158 million smartphones were sold in India for the year
2019, up 7% compared to the previous year. A market coveted by the major
technological players, who are gradually installing production units. We are
talking about Samsung but also Apple for the iPhone XR.