‘Made in India’ TV Shipments Grow 33% QoQ in Q3 2022; TWS Leads Electronic Wearables Segment Local Manufacturing

Dixon led the Made in India TV shipments, followed by Radiant. Bharat FIH led the Made in India TWS shipments, followed by Padget. Optiemus led the Made in India smartwatch shipments. Samsung, Dixon and Wingtech were the top three tablet manufacturers.  New Delhi, Hong Kong, Seoul, London, Beijing, San Diego, Buenos Aires – January 10, 2023 ‘Made in India’ TV shipments grew 33% QoQ…

Apple hires workers in India as it looks to open first flagship stores

“The stars are finally aligning for Apple in India,” said Neil Shah, analyst at Counterpoint, a market intelligence group. “Since the pandemic, the number of iPhones sold in India has almost doubled,” said Shah. “That’s driving sales of Macs, Apple Watches and iPads. There’s a positive network effect. So Apple is noticing this fast-growing market, and now is the right time to enter, to…

India 5G Smartphone Shipments to Cross 4G Shipments in 2023

Cumulative 5G smartphone shipments will cross the 100-million mark in Q2 2023 and exceed 4G smartphone shipments by the end of 2023. India’s 5G smartphone shipments are estimated to grow 81% YoY in 2022 driven by their expanding presence in lower price bands (<INR 20,000 or ~$244) and rollout of 5G networks. 5G share in lower price bands (<INR 20,000 or ~$244) is gradually increasing,…

Glance Lock Screen Active Users in India Nears 200 Million

InMobi subsidiary Glance’s lock screen had over 195 million active users in Q3 CY 2022. In Q3 2022, Glance lock screen was present in 44% of smartphones in India. More than 80% of the Glance active users belong to the sub-$250 price segment. Glance lock screen active user base crossed 195 million in Q3 of calendar year 2022 in India, according to Counterpoint Research’s Quarterly Mobile…

‘Made in India’ Smartphone Shipments Decline 8% YoY in Q3 2022 Due to Fall in Local Demand

OPPO led the ‘Made in India’ smartphone shipments with a 24% share, followed by Samsung. Bharat FIH remained the top EMS player in terms of smartphone shipments. Among Indian players, Dixon emerged as the top smartphone EMS provider.  New Delhi, Hong Kong, Seoul, London, Beijing, San Diego, Buenos Aires – December 27, 2022 ‘Made in India’ smartphone shipments declined 8% YoY in Q3 2022…

India Smartphone Market Continues to Remain Under Pressure, Modest Growth Expected in 2023

India’s smartphone shipments are expected to fall 5% YoY in 2022, dipping for the second time in the last three years. Weak demand in entry-level segments hit sales even as the premium segment continued to grow. The market is expected to grow by 10% in 2023 to reach 175 million units. New Delhi, London, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beijing, San Diego, Buenos Aires – December 22, 2022 India’s…

Digital Marketing Associate, India

We are looking for a Digital Marketing Associate to join our marketing team. The Marketing Associate will help support various team functions including PR, content marketing and database management.  We are looking for somebody that can work both remotely but closely with other team members, has strong writing skills and a hunger to learn. Job Responsibilities: Manage press and newsletter…

India Smartphone Market Share: By Quarter

India Smartphone Shipments Market Data (Q2 2021 – Q3 2022) Published date: December 21, 2022 A repository of quarterly data for the India smartphone market. This data is a part of a series of reports which track the mobile handset market: Smartphone and Feature Phone shipments every quarter for more than 140 brands covering more than 95% of the total device shipments in the industry.…

itel a Preferred Brand in Sub-INR 8K Segment in India, Says Survey

Among the top three sub-INR 8,000 (sub-$100 approximately) brands in terms of ownership, itel users recommend their brand the most when it comes to value for money, ease of use and trust in the brand. Similarly, itel users lead when it comes to rating the current mobile phone brand as the preferred brand for their next purchase in terms of brand trust, after-sales service, durability and…

India’s Smart TV Shipments Up 38% YoY in Q3 2022; Indian Brands’ Share More Than Doubles

Global brands led India’s smart TV segment with a 40% share, followed by Chinese brands with a 38% share. Indian brands showed the fastest YoY growth to take a 22% share of the shipments. Smart TVs are coming with better features, such as Dolby Audio, higher refresh rates and higher sound output, in the sub-INR 30,000 ($400) price range. Smart TV contribution to overall TV shipments…

India Becomes Biggest Smartwatch Market in Q3 2022

Driven by the basic smartwatch segment, the global smartwatch market grew 30% YoY. India grew 167% YoY, taking the top spot for the first time thanks to the growth of local brands. Apple grew 48% YoY thanks to strong sales of its newly released Apple Watch 8 series. Noise grew 218% YoY to regain the top spot in the Indian market. London, Seoul, New Delhi, Hong Kong, Beijing, San…

iTriangle Leads India Telematics Ecosystem; EVs to Drive Telematics Demand

Telematics shipments in India are expected to reach 50 million units in 2030 at a CAGR of 31%  from 2021. Rising demand for EVs, ubiquitous 4G connectivity and favourable policies will act as potential drivers. According to Counterpoint’s CORE evaluation, iTriangle leads the overall rankings for India’s telematics ecosystem, followed by Teltonika and Bosch. New Delhi, London, San Diego,…

India TWS Shipments Double YoY in Q3 2022; Indian Brands Capture Record 79% Share

boAt grew 128% YoY to mark its nine successive quarters of lead, while Noise stood second for the fourth consecutive quarter. OnePlus bounced back strongly in the top-five rankings with a 6% share in Q3 2022. Almost four in five TWS shipped in India were from an Indian brand. Domestic manufacturing saw a record 288% quarterly growth this year, contributing to 34% of the total shipments.…

Whitepaper: India Telematics Ecosystem: Trends, Adoption, Core Benchmarking & Outlook

Overview:  India’s telematics market is currently at a nascent stage but there is a steady demand for telematics devices. While the potential is huge, high import dependency, lack of advanced technology adoption, and infrastructure challenges have been some of the inhibitors. However, the rising demand for electric vehicles, ubiquitous 4G connectivity, favourable government policies, and…