Oppo leads smartphone shipments from India with 22 percent share

Samsung took second place.

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Oppo led the Make-in-India smartphone shipments last year, commanding a 22 percent market share, according to a report released by global industry analysis firm Counterpoint on Wednesday. Samsung took second place.

Though the overall Make-in-India smartphone shipments (units) declined in 2022 due to softening of local demand, the contribution of exports in Make-in-India smartphone shipments reached the highest ever in 2022 both in volume (20 percent) and value terms (30 percent), said the report.
According to the report, India’s smartphone shipments from Apple grew by 65 percent year on year by volume and 162 percent year on year by value, taking the brand’s value share to 25 percent in 2022, up from 12 percent in 2021.


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