- Xiaomi’s smartphones sell best in India
- Samsung second and Vivo third
- Bumper sale of Apple and OnePlus mobiles in India
In the year 2020, Xiaomi company’s Mi and Redmi brand smartphones sold so much in India that once again Xiaomi has become India’s largest company in terms of smartphone shipments and it made the most mobile in India despite the Corona crisis last year. Sell. According to a recent Counterpoint report, Xiaomi registered a 13% year-on-year growth in the smartphone market last year, thanks to bumper sales of Redmi Note 9 and Redmi 9 series smartphones.
Realme has become the fastest growing company in India and it recorded 22 percent growth in the year 2020. Reality has sold over 20 million smartphones in India till now. Due to Realme Narzo and Realme C series smartphones, the company has created panic in the Indian market.
See market shares of top-3 companies
According to Counterpoint’s report, Xiaomi has the highest share of 26% in the Indian smartphone market. That is, Xiaomi has been India’s top smartphone company for the past few years, whose smartphones of Redmi and Mi brand have the highest sales compared to the rest of the companies. You would be surprised to know that despite the Corona crisis last year, 150 million or 150 million smartphones were sold in India in 2020.
Samsung is at number two after Xiaomi, which has a 21% share in the Indian smartphone market. Vivo is the second Chinese company after Xiaomi, which is among the top 3 smartphone brands. Vivo’s market share has increased to 16%. Let me tell you that last year, Vivo’s smartphones had the highest offline sales.
Last year, Reality showed a tremendous impact in the Indian smartphone market. Realme recorded 22 percent growth in the year 2020 and its market share increased from 10 to 13 percent in the same year. According to Counterpoint’s report, Apple reported a growth of 171% in the fourth quarter of 2020 and 93% growth in the year 2020. In the festival season, iPhone 12 Series and iPhone 11 Series smartphones were bumper sales of iPhone SE (2020). Apple sold more than 1.5 million phones in India from October to December.
See the condition of OnePlus and Apple
Last year, OnePlus registered an annual growth of 2020 per cent in the fourth quarter of the year 2020, and this is followed by the smartphones of OnePlus Nord series and OnePlus 8T series. In the fourth quarter of last year, Xiaomi reported 13 percent annual growth. At the same time, Samsung registered a growth of 30 percent. Samsung smartphones get an edge in the budget segment and mid-range segment.