Forget the numbers, we are still India’s number one — Samsung
Samsung has come out to prove that a recent survey and analysis conducted on the Indian smartphone market for the second quarter of 2014 which puts Micromax above the Korean OEM, is false.
Speaking to Economic Times, Samsung’s President & chief executive for south-west Asia, BD Park, said that the numbers from research firm Counterpoint Research were outrightly silly.
Hear him: “In India, there might be 1-2% up or down. Samsung’s market share has doubled over the second place, so what is the meaning of comparing or saying that the gap is narrowing.”
With that, Samsung says it’s still market of the Indian smartphone market, but with Chinese brands like Xiaomi and Oppo present, a downfall might seem inevitable with the way things are turning.
You may also like
Apps developers made a fortune from iPhone users during Black Friday
Samsung’s foldable display been stolen & sold to third party for $14m
The next Samsung Galaxy S10 could be designed exactly like this
Trump asks US allies to ban Huawei after blacklisting Chinese company from US government institutions
Panic at Apple after iPhone Xs didn’t sell quite as much as manufacturer wanted – Source
- Forget the numbers, we are still India’s number one — Samsung
- Forget Nexus tablets, Google has a 10.2-inch “Pixel C” slate in tow
- Forget invites, OnePlus 2 is available without much ado
- Doctor Forgets Mobile Phone Inside Woman’s Stomach After Surgery and She Only Found Out After It Vibrated
- Samsung hires pregnant woman to help you forget about the iPhone 6 (and Apple)