February 16 : This February 2019 Samsung launched two of their finest gadgets. One is the Galaxy Tab Active 2 (in the tablet range) and the next is the latest of its mobile kin: the M30. This smartphone falls in the M series and is one gadget that balances budget and utility.
Launches kept aside, the Indian Smartphone market is in a competitive fix leaving India with plenty of choices. With a string of launches that began with the end of 2018, Xiaomi has successfully grabbed the Smartphone leader position in terms of market share, followed by Samsung, and third position was safely secured by Vivo.
If price is taken into account, One Plus topped the list in the premium basket whereas Samsung could walk over Apple in the super premium segment this time. In spite of all this, the only brands who launched the latest Android 9.0 (Pie) in 2018 were One Plus and Google.
Samsung's 'Galaxy Tab Active2' tablet launched in India for Rs 50,990
Samsung on Thursday launched its new offering in the tablet category - "Galaxy Tab Active2" - with military-grade rugged design and built-in durability for tough work environments for Rs 50,990 in India.Read more
Samsung to launch Galaxy 'M30' in India in Feb at Rs 14,990
Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
After a successful launch of two industry-first Galaxy 'M' series smartphones in India in January, Samsung is gearing up to launch 'M30' for a starting price of Rs 14,990 in February.Read more
Xiaomi leads India smartphone market in 2018, Samsung second
POCO F1 from Xiaomi
Chinese brand Xiaomi with 28.9 per cent market share led the Indian smartphone market in 2018, followed by South Korean brand Samsung at 22.4 per cent and Vivo at 10 per cent, an International Data Corporation (IDC) report said on Tuesday.Read more
Just 2 companies control 50% of India's smartphone market
The year 2018 ended with just two companies together controlling around 50 per cent share of the India smartphone market - Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi and South Korean giant Samsung, according to latest data released by International Data Corporation (IDC).Read more
Latest Android OS smartphones (2018) shipped only by Google and OnePlus
Google and OnePlus were the only brands which shipped all their smartphones with the latest version of Android OS in 2018, a new report said on Monday.Read more