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Smartphone market in India - statistics & facts

India will over take China and emerge as the largest population in the projected year 2100.
Rising disposable income, cheaper internet, and the need to always stay connected are some of the factors that have led the Indian smartphone
market to grow into one of the largest smartphone markets in the world.

And with the entire nation glued to mobile phones ( like any other countries in the world ) It is undeniable that we cannot live without mobile devices.

India will also emerge as one of the high growth economics moving forward.

However, compared to other markets across the globe, India’s smartphone penetration rate is still relatively low.
The demand for smartphones is likely to grow in the future as a considerable share of the population did not own a phone or were planning to switch from a feature phone to a smartphone.
- 35% has no mobile phones & 45% owns mobile phones but not a smartphone.

India has a huge potential uncovered market for mobile devices and home appliances for these 75% population
whereby these two sectors will lead and grow as the fastest growing online products as the India develop.

For your info, Xiaomi was one of the leading market shareholders in the Indian smartphone market. It sold phones under the brand names Mi, Redmi, and POCO.
So technically, it should be on the number 1 spot.

Not sure if you are aware, Xiaomi is undercutting the entire tech industry ( Mobile deceives & home appliances ) which covers the two sectors mentioned above that will lead and grow as the fastest online products

Hope you enjoy my thesis and analysis on the fundamental.

* not financial advice
* my own analysis
* pictures credit Statista

Link to the technical as below.


Since entering the Indian smart TV market in 2018, Xiaomi has cemented its place in the market as the leading brand, edging out Samsung who had held sway for several years before the emergence of the Mi brand. Last year, Samsung made a push for more market share with the release of multiple models spread across different price segments. Apparently, the Korean giant’s effort is still not enough as the latest report by Counterpoint Research’s TV Tracker Service for the second quarter of 2021 shows that Xiaomi still controls India’s smart TV market.
Comment: I also foresee Xiaomi penetrate India's market with their affordable refrigerator and air-conditional moving forward as India march towards a more developed country.

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