After banning China app, Indian media found that China’s mobile phone sales in India increased instead of falling

Chinese mobile phones are still popular with Indian consumers after the Indian government banned Chinese mobile applications, the print news network of India and Singapore reported on the 29th. Indian market data shows that in October this year, China’s mobile phone sales in India increased by 1.7 million compared with the same period last year. According to the online and offline sales records of mobile phones in India, international data company found that the smartphone market in India increased by 42% in October this year compared with the same period last year, and the total shipment volume reached 21 million units, the print news network said on the 29th. IDC said it benefited from a number of online shopping festivals in the third quarter of this year and the growing demand. < / P > < p > it is reported that four of the five mobile phone brands with the largest online sales volume in India are Chinese brands, namely Xiaomi, vivo, realme and oppo, ranking first, third, fourth and fifth respectively. The four brands sold about 4.6 million mobile phones in October last year, compared with 6.3 million in October this year. Samsung is the second largest mobile phone company in India, the report said. < / P > < p > “these data mean that although India officially banned about 200 Chinese mobile apps this year and has conflicts with China on the border, the domestic mobile phone market in India has not responded much to boycotts of Chinese products.” Say. Continue ReadingStraight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865