It’s no use banning Chinese apps. Indian users can’t do without Chinese mobile phones

Recently, India has “followed” the United States and banned more Chinese applications, including millet browser pro. In response, a spokesman for Xiaomi India said that “we are understanding the development of the situation and will take appropriate measures.”. < p > < p > in June this year, the Ministry of electronics and information technology of India banned 59 Chinese mobile phone applications, including tiktok, wechat, UC browser, etc., for the reason of “national security and sovereignty being threatened”, and then again banned 47 applications, including Xiaomi browser and Baidu search engine. According to statistics, the number of users using millet mobile phones in India accounts for one third of India’s total population, equivalent to 300 million people using millet mobile phones. Although Xiaomi’s shipment in India’s mobile phone market declined in the second quarter of this year, it still ranked first. < / P > < p > in addition, mobile phones are also popular in India. According to the report of India’s high-end mobile phone market in the second quarter of 2020 issued by counterpoint, a well-known research organization, Yijia mobile phone ranks first in India’s high-end smartphone market with a share of 29%, among which “one plus eight” is the best-selling model in India’s high-end market in the second quarter. < / P > < p > why can these Chinese mobile phone brands still live well in India, even rank the first in India when China’s applications are banned? < / P > < p > it can be seen that Chinese mobile phone brands are distributed in all levels of the Indian market, and there are types that can meet the needs of users in both the low-end market and the high-end market. Under this kind of comprehensive penetration, there is no representative mobile phone brand in Indian market, and it is expected that users will be attracted by Chinese mobile phones. < p > < p > take Yijia as an example. In fact, as early as the second quarter of 2018, it surpassed Samsung and apple with a growth rate of 446% and a market share of 40%, becoming the first in the high-end smartphone market in India. At that time, the flagship product was “one plus six”. Thanks to all glass design, fingerprint and face recognition and many other innovative functions, Yijia became the “dark horse” of the year. < p > < p > this year, Yijia has achieved the same results, mainly thanks to its 5g flagship “one plus eight” series released in April. With 120 Hz high frame screen and other machine king level configuration and excellent design again. According to CNBC, Xiaomi has recently changed the facade of its offline stores in India, covering the billboards with the words “made in India” with the slogan “made in India”. It also requires shop promoters not to wear uniforms with Xiaomi brand. The CEO of Xiaomi company in India also changed the label of “made in India” on the door of Xiaomi. As a result, many Indians think that Xiaomi mobile phone is made in India. In addition, Indian users are used to Xiaomi, so the resistance to Xiaomi mobile phone is not strong. In addition, Xiaomi also employed a large number of Indian women, which made him a good impression in the patriarchal India. Moreover, millet has a production line in India, and its production and assembly are really made in India. It has also formulated a complete millet after-sales plan for Indian users, providing good after-sales service. < / P > < p > Yijia has set up offline experience stores in 2017, which has greatly promoted the growth of online sales. In 2018, one Canada actively expanded its offline sales channels and cooperated with croma, an Indian household appliance chain giant. Three offline authorized stores were established in Mumbai, Bangalore and Calcutta. < / P > < p > in addition to the continuous deep cultivation in the market in recent years, Yijia also attaches great importance to community operation, and attaches great importance to user feedback at every stage from product design to development. Up to now, Yijia community has gathered more than 5.5 million community users from 196 countries and regions around the world, thus gradually accumulating strong brand appeal and brand loyalty, making Yijia finally highly recognized by the Indian market. < / P > < p > nowadays, India is targeting Chinese applications, but it is easy to uninstall applications, but it is difficult to ban Chinese mobile phones. Indian users can’t leave Chinese mobile phones after all, so it is unrealistic not to let Indian users buy Chinese brand mobile phones or abandon Chinese brand mobile phones. Continue ReadingXiaomi new machine real machine exposure center dig hole screen design or high color thousand yuan machine

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