In the last 4 years, this Chinese mobile made record-breaking sales in India, know how it reached number three? – न्यूज़लीड India

In the last 4 years, this Chinese mobile made record-breaking sales in India, know how it reached number three?


oi-Artesh Kumar


Updated: Monday, June 20, 2022, 15:06 [IST]

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Beijing/New Delhi June 20 :
Chinese smartphone company Realme has reached number three in India with nearly 600 million users. According to the information, last year, when many smartphone companies got delayed in mobile launch due to a global chip shortage. In such a situation, the Chinese brand Reality has come up with a unique way to sell its product in India. In such challenging times, China decided to buy Qualcomm Inc’s processors from an unknown manufacturer in Shanghai in short supply.

Realme India CEOMadhav Sheth

Reality has a strong hold in the Indian market
This decision of China’s realme company benefited him a lot. According to the information, the company has reached the number three position in the fast growing market with 600 million smartphone users and it started competing with other mobile phones. In the latest quarter, only Samsung Electronics Co. and Xiaomi Corp. sold more devices in India.

Reality is giving competition to many big phone companies
Reality has been able to capture the attention of users in the smartphone market while battling global challenges at a time when even big brands like Apple Inc are battling regulatory hurdles. In recent months, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in India intensified investigations against Chinese companies amid growing conflict with China. However, due to its excellent marketing planning, Realme has so far avoided the action of the Government of India. Let us tell you that all the realme smartphones sold in India are made in the country itself. This encourages local employment and provides livelihood to thousands of people.

Reality is making a splash in the Indian market
According to the information, Android smartphones similar to the expensive smartphones of big brands like iPhones and Samsung will be available online, which will make it much easier for the buyer to buy new phones. The price of this new phone is being said to be less than $100. This year, the government cracked down on market leader Xiaomi and an anti-money-laundering agency seized over $700 million from a Chinese company, leaving India’s entire electronics industry in a tizzy. At the same time, Realme has increased its hold in India’s smartphone market from 11 percent to 16 percent on the basis of shipment volume in the first quarter of this year.

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english summary

Realme In India: With processors from global giants such as Qualcomm Inc. In short supply, Realme decided to buy them from a relatively unknown Shanghai manufacturer to be able to keep churning out new handset models.

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