A drop in the decline of smartphone shipments in June, when there was only a small fall of 0.3% year-on-year, ensured that Indian smartphone shipments would recover to some extent in the second quarter and end with 18 million units, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.
India's ban on 59 Chinese apps and Delhi's hint that Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies would be excluded from 5G trials following border clashes between soldiers from the two countries could prove to be short-sighted in view of the way Chinese technology dominates the Indian market, an analyst firm says.
Smartphone shipments in India grew 24% sequentially in the third quarter of 2018 and 5% year-on-year ahead of the festive season, the analyst company Counterpoint Research claims.
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