Four of the top five smartphone brands are Chinese and collectively hold 73% of the market. Xiaomi leads the way with a 30% market share followed by Vivo with 17%, Realme’s 14% and Oppo’s 12%. Together with other smaller brands, Chinese players collectively have 81% of the market. Korean giant Samsung, which once dominated the market, has been eclipsed by the Chinese and is in third place with a 16% share of the market. Indian smartphone makers have just 1% of the market, says Tarun Pathak, associate director at Counterpoint.