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.
A shade over 400 million feature phones will be sold globally in 2019, the analyst firm Counterpoint Research has predicted, adding that shipments of this class of device are expected to cross a billion units by 2021.
The global smartphone market saw its first full-year decline in the calendar year 2018, with a drop of 4% in shipments, the analyst firm Counterpoint Research claims, adding that fourth quarter shipments also fell, by 7%, making it the fifth straight quarter of declines.
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