Foreign media: India banned more than 200 Chinese apps, but the sales of Chinese mobile phones in India increased instead of falling

Chinese mobile phones are still popular with Indian consumers at a time when the Indian government has banned Chinese mobile phone applications and there are frictions between China and India in border areas, Singapore website reported. According to local market data, sales of Chinese mobile phones in India increased by 1.7 million in October compared with the same period last year. < p > < p > the report quoted India’s “print” website as saying that according to the online and offline sales records of mobile phones in India, market analysis company international data found that the Indian smartphone market grew by 42% in October this year compared with the same period last year, and the total shipment volume reached 21 million units. IDC said that this 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 top five mobile phone brands in India are Chinese brands, which are Xiaomi, vivo, realme and oppo, ranking first, third, fourth and fifth respectively. Samsung ranks second in sales in India. According to the report, < p > < p > the data means that although India officially banned about 200 Chinese mobile apps this year and clashed with China on the border, India’s domestic mobile phone market did not respond much to boycotts of Chinese products. Continue ReadingASMC, a lithography maker, was one of TSMC’s 14 top suppliers last year