Samsung has finally attained the top-most rank in the Indian smartphone market in Q4 2022. Meanwhile, the other tech makers’ achievements show that they have to work a little more on their fanbase expansion. That says the Canalys report which has taken a quick scan of India and its phone merchandise.
According to the analysis, Samsung climbed to the number one spot in Q4 2022 in the Indian smartphone market. The tech giant has shipped 6.7 million units for a market share of 21%. However, the well-known Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi, which was in second place slipped to third, giving the runner-up spot to Vivo.
In the fourth quarter of 2022, Xiaomi lost the game and fell to third place with shipments of 5.5 million units and a market share of 17%. The runner-up Vivo sold 6.4 million handsets (20% share) with a large share of shipments through offline mediums.
Q4 was not so good for Samsung but it has defeated all of its rivals in the full-year 2022 smartphone market worldwide. Canalys analysis reveals that Samsung remained the world’s biggest smartphone vendor in 2022, however, Apple led the fourth quarter.
Talking about the 2022 global market analysis, Samsung seized a 22% share worldwide with a 2% increase year-over-year. Apple remained the second biggest phone vendor with a 19% market share, securing a 2% growth over the last year.
(Via – SammyFans)