Five crore smartphones sold in just three months, Xiaomi beat Samsung again to become number one – Xiaomi India
The coronavirus epidemic has plagued every sector of business. The Indian smartphone market seems to overshadow Corona. Smartphone sales grew 8% in the quarter of September (July-September). Around fifty lakh smartphones have been sold in just three months. This has been revealed in a report.
According to a market research company, Canalis report, this is the highest level of smartphone sales in India in a single quarter. However, South Korean company Samsung, which dominates the market and topped for some time in coronovirus epidemic period.
Four companies in top-5 of China
Samsung has slipped from first place to second place this quarter, while China Xiaomi has again grabbed the first position. China dominates the top five companies and four of the five companies are from China.
In third place is Chinas company Vivo. On the other hand, RealMe is in fourth place while Oppo is in fifth place. It is noteworthy that Samsung reached the first position for some time due to increasing tension on the border between India and China. Sales of Chinese mobile companies declined during that period.
E-commerce company Flipkart and Amazon are estimated to sell 15 million smartphones nationwide during the festive sale this year. TechArch, a market data gathering company, said this in a report. According to the report, this is more than 36 percent of the estimated sales in October-December. It is noteworthy that Flipkart held its annual festival sale from 16 to 21 October. While Amazon sale is going to last about a month from October 17.
A total of 128 million smartphones are expected to be sold in the country in 2020, according to a TechArc report. It is expected to sell a total of 4.1 crore smartphones in the October-December quarter. Faisal Kavusa, the company’s founder and a chief analyst said that Kovid-19 has taught all of us to do business in a new way. Companies doing business entirely online are trying to integrate demand and supply. Even small towns and towns are offering same-day delivery.