New Delhi: The indian smartphone market have seen a huge change after quite sometime. Chinese smartphone brand has emerged as the second biggest brand in the country.
Vivo garnered 21% market share. Vivo has replaced Samsung, that has now moved down to third place. Samsung had about 19% market share.
At the top, there’s no change as Xiaomi continues to be the number one player with 27% market share. The fourth and fifth positions are taken by Oppo and Realme with 12% and 8% respectively of market share value.
The quarter turned out to be massive for Vivo as this is the first time it entered the top two of indian Smartphone market. As per Counterpoint Research, Vivo grew 76% year-over-year in 2019. In quarter four year-over-year, Vivo grew by 134%.
“By successfully pivoting to online and aggressively positioning the S series in the offline segment with new features, it managed to make a dent in the RS -15,000 to 20,000 segment.
Vivo has been an aggressive player in the last one year, It has launched S-series of smartphones as well as V series of Smartphones.
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