Reluctance to buy Chinese phones in India? Samsung beats Xiaomi to become number one in terms of sales – report

I’ll take one I’ll have a good look. With the passage of time, the trend of our people towards expensive smartphones is increasing. Everyone wants better camera, more RAM, powerful processor. The mobile phone market is shrinking. Do you know what his biggest credo is? Read More: Satellite Calling: No SIM required, phone calls can be made from satellite!

According to a recent report published by Reuters, Xiaomi has overtaken Xiaomi to become the largest smartphone vendor in the country. Xiaomi’s main focus is on very cheap to mid-range smartphones. Samsung, on the other hand, continues to emphasize on mid to high priced smartphones. And the result is also received by hand. They have beaten Xiaomi. Xiaomi’s cheapest smartphones sold like crazy. But now instead of saving a little more money everyone is interested in a little expensive branded phone like Samsung, Oneplus.

Why? One reason for this is definitely the brand. Everyone’s brand awareness is increasing with time. Its influence ranges from fashion, vehicles to smartphones. Also, many people think that the reliability of the phone is also associated with this brand.

Another reason is that consumers are more aware than ever. Their demand is high. Youngsters are looking for better configuration for gaming. On the other hand, in the era of social media, the trend of taking photographs is increasing. People aren’t satisfied with simple, low-megapixel photos. Because of which buyers are buying more expensive phones.

When we think of expensive phones, the first thing that comes to mind is Apple’s iPhone. But its cost is very high. So with Samsung’s phone, buyers are satisfied with the taste of milk, whey, relatively little.

As a result, while Xiaomi was busy with phones priced below Taka 10,000, Samsung promoted such phones starting at Taka 15-20,000. And they played on it. Apart from this, Samsung is also offering attractive financing schemes, EMI options.

On the other hand, Xiaomi doesn’t even have a premium phone. But usually buyers do not want to buy a brand associated with cheap phones at a high price. Same has happened with Xiaomi.

Many people are comparing it with Tata Nano. Tata launched the Nano as a ‘car for the poor’. And precisely because of that, the low price went hand in hand with poor quality, lack of branding. Nano is slowly disappearing from the market. In such a situation, the same has happened with Xiaomi.

What do you think about this? Which brand is going to be your next phone? Also Read: Are Samsung Phones Really So Good At Moon Zoom?

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Sampada Sharma

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