Based on the latest Canalys report, a total of 36.4 million smartphones were shipped in India during the April – June period. The figure represents a decline of five percentage points compared to the 38 million units shipped in Q1. This is the third consecutive quarter of falling shipments.
Chinese vendors amounted for 76% of all smartphone shipments in India for the period with Xiaomi leading the way with 7 million shipments and a 19% market share. Samsung shipped 6.7million devices and came in second in terms of the market share at 18%. The top three was rounded out by realme which managed 6.1 million shipments and a 17% market share. The two other brands in the top five were vivo (6 million shipments) and Oppo (5.5million) with 16% and 15% market shares respectively.
|Indian smartphone shipments and annual growth|
|Vendor||Q2 2022 shipments (million)||Q2 2022 market share||Q2 2021 shipments (million)||Q2 2021 market share||Annual growth|
|Notes: percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding
Source: Canalys Smartphone Analysis (sell-in shipments), July 2022