Realme, on the fourth spot, was the quickest rising cellular model in India with a complete share of 13% and an YoY development charge of 19%. Vivo snatched the third spot with a share of 18% whereas Oppo took the fifth spot with 11% whole market share.
As per IDC, the Indian smartphone market exited 2020 at 150 million models, a 1.7% YoY decline, after a number of years of development.
“Keep-at-home mandates, distant work, distant schooling, journey restrictions, and manufacturing shutdowns led to a sluggish H1’20 (-26% YoY decline), significantly impacting 2Q20. Nonetheless, H2’20 recovered, with 19% YoY development, as markets reopened regularly,” stated IDC in its report.
IDC claimed that the web channel outpaced the general market, rising by 12% yearly with a 48% market share in 2020. Nonetheless, within the pre-Diwali weeks of October and November, retail footfall regularly picked up the tempo, because the offline channel registered 5% YoY development in 4Q20.
Additionally, MediaTek processor-based smartphone shipments led with a share of 43%, intently adopted by Qualcomm at 40% in 2020. MediaTek expanded its lead within the
“5G smartphone shipments crossed 3 million in 2020, with Chinese language OEMs rolling out aggressively-priced units by way of 2020, together with Xiaomi’s Mi 10i at a