According to the latest India high-end smartphone market survey report released by CMR, India’s overall high-end smartphone shipment increased by 18% in the first half of this year.
In India’s high-end smartphone market, Samsung accounted for 37% of the share, with a year-on-year growth of 56%; Apple’s share of 26%, a year-on-year increase of 14%; and Yijia’s share of 15%, a year-on-year decrease of 34%. Other manufacturers such as Xiaomi, vivo, oppo, realme and Motorola accounted for 18% of the market share.
Figure source CMR
India’s best-selling models include Samsung Galaxy a71/a51, Apple iPhone 11, plus 8, and so on.
The models counted in the CMR report are more than INR 25000 (about RMB 2325), among which the models between INR 25000 and INR 50000 are the most popular ones among Samsung Galaxy a71, and others such as millet and oppo are also popular manufacturers.
The models priced at INR 50000-100000 are the most popular models in India’s high-end market, with apple accounting for 56%, and the best-selling Apple iPhone 11, followed by Samsung and Yijia.
Apple has 67% of the market share of more than INR 100000 (9300 yuan) and Samsung has 30% of the market share, of which Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max accounts for about 40% of its shipment.
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