Xiaomi continues to dominate the Indian smartphone market. Smartphone shipments in India increased 82 per cent year-on-year to 33 million units in the second quarter of 2021. Xiaomi tops the list with 28.4 percent of total cargo. Xiaomi achieved its highest average selling price (ASP) in a quarter. The Redmi range played a key role in this success of Xiaomi. This is stated in the Counterpoint Research report.
Samsung comes in second, with 18% of smartphone shipments
Samsung comes in second. Samsung accounts for 18% of total cargo. At the same time, Vivo is in third place with 15 per cent stake. Despite the challenges associated with the Kovid-19 epidemic, India’s smartphone market recorded the highest number of shipments in the first half of 2021, according to Counterpoint.
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Realme is the top 5G smartphone brand
The Counterpoint report states that Realme is the top 5G smartphone brand. Its share in transportation was 23 percent. At the same time, OnePlus Premium is the top smartphone carrier (over Rs 30,000). OnePlus’s share is up 34 percent. Analysts say offline-centric brands have been hit the most in April and May, due to customers being able to shop online only because of the lockdown. Online-focused brands like Xiaomi and Realme have increased their online reach.
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Chinese brands account for 79% of total shipments
Chinese brands account for 79 percent of total shipments. The Mi 11 series, Redmi 9 series and Redmi Note 10 series helped Xiaomi increase its shipping. At the same time, the Galaxy M-series and F-series accelerated Samsung’s shipments.