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.
Indian smartphone shipments fell by 48% in the second quarter of the year, the analyst firm Canalys says, adding that the drop, to 17.3 million units, came as the country faced a shutdown of its economy until May due to the coronavirus pandemic.
China maintained its position as the world's top smartphone market, with 369 million units in 2019. But this was a drop of 7% year-on-year, with 4G phone sales slowing while there was less demand than anticipated for 5G models.
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