OnePlus 10T 5G: The new handset runs on the latest OxygenOS 13, along with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor and is available in three storage and RAM variants.
Oppo has unleashed Reno 8 series (two new smartphones), Oppo Enco X2 TWS earbuds with active noise cancellation and for the first time the company has brought the Pad Air tablets in the Indian market.
After several years of growth, the India smartphone market exited 2020 at 150 million (15 crore) units, a 1.7 per cent (year-over-year) decline, the International Data Corporation (IDC) revealed.
Flipkart earlier said that in the mobile category, the platform recorded two times growth in customers. The premium segment of smartphones saw a growth of 3.2 times, predominantly driven by Apple, Google and Samsung phones, among others.
Amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the share of online channel sales in total global smartphone sales is expected to reach 23 per cent this year - a 3 per cent increase from last year.
After going through disruptions in supply chain and curtailed domestic production, the India smartphone market is now showing encouraging signs of revival that sets it on a potential course for market recovery for over 40 per cent in the second half this year.
Smartphone shipments in India fell 48 per cent in the second quarter this year to just 17.3 million units, as the country faced an unprecedented lockdown owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
As smartphone brands face a state of uncertainty as both supply and demand has been diminished in India, the industry will bear the maximum brunt in the second quarter (April-June period), leaving the sector with at least 11-12 per cent overall decline in shipments for the entire 2020, a new report said on Thursday.
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Chinese smartphone market underwent its highest decline in the January-March period due to the impact of coronavirus pandemic and Huawei was the only smartphone player that achieved positive growth.
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Global smartphone shipments witnessed a decline of 38 percent YoY in February 2020 in the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak making this the biggest fall ever in the history of the worldwide smartphone market.
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Samsung retained the top spot in the first quarter of 2019 global smartphones sales achieving a 19.2 per cent market share, whereas Huawei has achieved the highest year-over-year (YoY) growth.
There were just two companies in 2018, namely Xiaomi and Samsung that controlled around 50 per cent share of the Indian smartphone market.
Reports suggest that there has been 4 per cent drop registered for smartphone sales from 1,558.8 million unit shipments in 2017 to 1,498.3 million units in 2018.