Xiaomi continues to dominate the Indian mobile market. The company shipped the number of mobile phones to India between July and September, although shipments dropped year on year. According to a recent report by the International Data Corporation (IDC), the Indian smartphones market fell by 12% in the third year of 2021, ending September 30. During that time, 48 million mobile phones were sent to India. However, the Indian mobile phone market has registered for growth in the last four consecutive quarters. The report also said that despite Xiaomi’s annual shipping decline, the company played a significant role in the market. India was the third largest 5G market in the world with 7 per cent global 5G exports.
Shipping to 3Q21 is up 12 percent per year
International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, reported a decrease in shipments in 3Q21 due to a reduction in components and a very high comparison of 3Q20. Compared to 3Q20, 3Q21 shipping decreased by 12 percent i.e. 54.2 million units to 48 million units annually. But compared to the quarter and quarter, exports to the Indian market grew by 4.7 per cent to 48 million units from 34 million units in the third quarter of this year.
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According to IDC, Xiaomi continued to grow but shipments fell by 17 percent a year. However, the smaller Xiaomi Poco brand saw a huge 65 percent growth in shipping. Samsung ranked second in the quarter, down 33 percent a year. Vivo was third with a 13 percent decline year-on-year, Realme dropped by 5% a year to fourth place, and Oppo, who dropped by 16% a year, took fifth. location .. According to the report, developments in the 3Q21 market include a 5% annual decline in shipping volume up to the largest proportion of online surveys (52 per cent). Offline broadcasts also reported a 18% annual drop in shipping.
India is the third largest 5G market in the world
The IDC report said that India was the third largest 5G market in the world and accounted for 7% (10 million units) of 5G exports worldwide. From January to September 2021, 17 million 5G phones were shipped to India. The country sent 10 million units a quarter at a price of $ 401 (approximately Rs 29,800).
Annual shipping will drop to less than 160 million by 2021
IDC says India’s mobile phone market is about to emerge in 2021 with a small one-year growth rate. Navendra Singh, Director of Research, Client Devices and IPDS, IDC India said – “The first nine months of the year (January-Sept’21) have already sent 120 million units, registering a 42% annual growth rate and 1H21. delivery problems, 4Q21 is expected to see a decline, resulting in less than 160 million annual shipments by 2021. The first half of 2022 will be difficult, with further reductions to be expected by the end of 2022. “