Even though the General smartphone Marketplace in India saw a decline in shipments in the third quarter of 2018 in Comparison to last year, Xiaomi continues a healthy upward growth trend from the Nation.
According to a fresh Canalys report, the Chinese giant was able to sell-in over 12 million smartphones in the country, in Q3 2018 visiting a 31.5 percent yearly growth. To recall, the company had sold 9.2 million smartphones from Q3 2017.
Xiaomi rakes in 29.8 percent market share in Q3 2018 with 12.1 million units shipped. Coming in second is Samsung with 9.3 million imports and raking in 23 percent market share. The South Korean giant saw a decline in share, as last year at Q3, Samsung was able to achieve 9.4 million shipments and raking in 23.1 percent market share.
Vivo saw a steady yearly increase of 12.3 percentage with 4.5 million shipments and 11.1 percent market share. In Q3 2017, Vivo managed to ship 4 million components and raking at 9.8 percent market share just. Oppo came in fourth with 3.6 million imports, will annual shipments falling by 24 percent. The reportstates that the decline of the vendor eased to 2 percent partly due to this strong performance of its secondary manufacturer’Realme’ that managed to send 80,000 units in Q3 2018.
Micromax also made a surprise entrance into the top five sellers with 2.6 million shipments in Q3 2018 – providing it a 6.3 percent share, from 3.9% in the same quarter this past year. It raked in an annual development of 61.5 percent, with the seller shipping five times as many smartphones this past year as last quarter. The report states that this is Micromax’s greatest performance in recent years, and the charge is firmly provided to the government order from Chattisgarh, in which it chose to provide telephones and Jio connectivity at a fixed price of Rs. 2,510 to 5 million girls and college students. Counterpoint’s Q3 2018 report additionally placed it at the top five, with a 9 percent share.