In case you haven’t noticed, practically every man, woman and child has a smartphone these days and in concert with this ubiquity has come an increasing unwillingness for consumers to pay through the nose for premium flagship models. The market is fast becoming commoditised and the great white hope for smartphone makers is the advent of 5G but are they clutching at straws?
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is on a roll in India, smashing its previous record of 4.5 million units to ship 5.8 million smartphones in Q2 2019. Meanwhile, Samsung is languishing.
Thirty-seven million smartphone units were shipped to India in the second quarter of 2019, a record for this period, according to the analyst firm Counterpoint Research, which said the growth was due to new launches, price cuts on existing products and channel expansion across brands.
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