The Indian smartphone market has shipped over 46.6 million units in the third quarter of 2019, breaking records. The biggest company is being told to Xiaomi , whose total shipment was 1.26 crore units. However, the biggest drop in the list of top-5 has been seen in Samsung 's shipment. The data comes from the International Data Corporation ( IDC ) quarterly mobile phone tracker report. The major reason behind this is being told about India's festive season and sales of online shopping websites like Amazon and Flipkart.
According to the data, China's smartphone maker Xiaomi has been number one with a shipment of 1.26 crore units. Xiaomi grew by 8.5 percent over the previous year. Xiaomi Redmi 7A and Redmi Note 7 Pro are the most shipped models. South Korea's smartphone maker Samsung, at number two, shipped 8 million units. Samsung's year-on-year shipment growth has seen a decline of 8.5 percent.
The mid-range segment, which rose between 6 thousand and 35 thousand rupees with an increase of 6 percent, captured 18.9 percent market share. The fastest growing segment ranged from 21 thousand to 35 thousand rupees, whose shipments doubled. Phones like OnePlus 7, Redmi K20 Pro and vivo V15 Pro were liked by the people. The second fastest growing segment was Rs 15 thousand to 21 thousand. In this, smartphones like Galaxy A50, Redmi Note 7 Pro and vivo Z1 Pro have performed quite well.
Client devices Upasana Joshi, Associate Research Manager, IDC India, said, "Shipment figures of 45.4 per cent with year-on-year growth of 28.3 per cent due to affordable plans like online platforms offering attractive cashback and no cost emi with buyback offers. Reached record highs. '