Although Samsung managed to secure its lead in the global smartphone market in Q3, 2021, the situation in India is quite different.
The company lost out majorly to arch-rival Xiaomi in Q2, 2021, and the situation is more or less the same this time around according to a new reports.
The number of smartphones shipped throughout the country has dropped overall compared to last year.
It is a lot better than the Q2, 2021 volume, though. We can expect things to get better in Q4 once the festive season hits since more people will be out to purchase electronics.
Samsung continues to play second fiddle to Xiaomi in IndiaXiaomi and its sub-brands such as POCO and Redmi continue to dominate the Indian smartphone market with a 24% share and over 11.2 million units shipped.
Samsung comes in second with a share of 19% and 9.1 million units shipped, followed by Vivo and Realme, which has a market share of 17% and 16%, respectively.
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