Indian Smartphone Phone Market Grew 14 Percent in 2017 to Record 124 Million Shipments: IDC

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Analyst firm IDC (International Data Corporation) on Tuesday posted reports from its Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker wherein it observed that India recorded total smartphone shipments of 124 million units in 2017, with an annual growth of 14 percent over last year. This double digit growth makes India the fastest growing smartphone market in the world, among the top 20 global competitors. China recorded a decline, while the US market remained flat. Samsung maintained the lead in both the smartphone and feature phone segments in India for 2017.

The IDC report also revealed that India is the world’s third biggest smartphone market and largest feature phone market.

This article was sourced from Gadgets360

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