The impact of Boycott of China in India is now visible. Samsung topped the global smartphone market with India in the month of August. Earlier, the Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi was in the first place in India. Now Samsung has left it behind. This information has been received from the report of Counterpoint Research. Counterpoint’s latest Monthly Market Plus report states that Samsung topped the global smartphone market during the month of August where it has a market share of 22 percent. With this, the company has again captured the top in India.
Samsung on the highest market share in India after 2018
According to the report, Samsung had lost its top position in the global market due to its large decline in the market of India and Europe. But Samsung improved in the months of July and August as there was a respite from the nationwide lockdown in India. The report states that now Samsung has reached its highest market share in India after 2018, for which it took advantage of the opportunity created by non-Chinese sentiments in the country. For this, the company adopted an aggressive online channel strategy.
In the global market, Samsung is increasing its distance with Huawei at number two in the market. After achieving the highest global share of 21 per cent in April, it may fall further due to US trade restrictions.
Long dispute between India and China
Let us know that there has been a border dispute between India and China for a long time. In the order in which there was violent clash between the two armies in the Galvan valley. After this clash, the Indian government has taken some strict action on China. The government had banned 47 more apps from China. Earlier 59 more apps from China have also been banned. Not only this, the eyes of the government are on more than 250 such apps, including the popular gaming app PUBG. There is a preparation to ban these too.
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