Realme secured 5th place in smartphone Market share in Q2 2020

India’s smartphone shipments fell 48% to 1.17.3 million units in the second quarter of 2020 as the economy closed at an unprecedented rate by mid-May due to Covid-19. Mobile phone vendors faced a ghost situation due to a shortage, disruption in production, and low demand, and both online and offline vendors were banned from selling smartphones.

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Xiaomi is a leader in the Indian market. million smartphones, which is 1% of the total market share. Vivo ranked second with 7.7 million units shipped, and its market share rose to 21.3% from 1.9.9% in the first quarter of 2020. Samsung has shipped 3.9 million smartphones, and the largest manufacturing plant outside Vietnam has closed and been affected by exports. Most of the time in the second quarter, Oppo was in third place compared to Realme’s 1.7 million units when it shipped 2.2 million units.

Apple was one of the 10 to 15 least affected suppliers, down 2,000% in the second quarter of 2020 from 20% the previous year.

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The transition to GG is another great opportunity and the announcement that GOK is ready to deploy GG once the spectrum becomes available provides a ray of hope for vendors defeated by the current epidemic.

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