According to the report, Xiaomi shipped more than 9.9 million units, accounting for 30.4%, up 106% year-on-year; Samsung shipped 9.9 million units, accounting for 30.2%. The year-on-year growth was 47%. If you compare it carefully, Xiaomi is still slightly ahead. And from the previous data, Xiaomi's shipments in India have been dominated for three consecutive quarters, maintaining the suppression of Samsung.
It is worth noting that among the millet products, the red rice 5A sells best, the shipment is expected to be 3.3 million units, and the Samsung is the Galaxy J2 Pro, which is about 2.3 million units. The performance of the domestic brands vivo and OPPO in the Indian market is also eye-catching, entering the TOP4, and also maintained a growth trend in the second quarter.
However, Canalys analyst TuanAnh Nguyen predicts that Samsung will once again surpass Xiaomi in the future with its technology and supply chain advantages. How will the future Indian market develop? Let us wait and see.