According to the report, Samsung dominated the Indian smartphone market in Q3 with a market share of 24 percent, dropping 5 percent from Q2, while Micromax stood second with 20 percent, which is a 2 percent increase from Q2 this year. The Indian smartphone vendor Lava with its subsidiary Xolo collectively managed 8 percent market share in Q3, rising 2 percent from Q2, while Karbonn Mobiles too managed 8 percent alone - staying the same as Q2. Lenovo's latest purchase Motorola saw a market share of 5 percent the same as Q2 largely due to its second generation smartphones in India, Moto X Gen 2 and Moto G Gen 2. IDC said that shipment growth in Q3 was largely a result of festive demand, and out-of-which Indian smartphone market outshined other emerging markets in the Asia Pacific region in terms of quarter-over-quarter growth. Overall, the mobile phone market stood at IDC noted that in Q3, smartphones had a 32 percent market share versus 68 percent, compared to Q2's 29 percent and 71 percent respectively.
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High channel inventory from the previous quarter resulted in a sequential decline of 8. Fueled by attractive offers and new launches by vendors like Xiaomi, Samsung, Realme, and Huawei, online sales reached Large shipments in the festival quarters of 3Q18 and 4Q18 led to high channel inventory, leading to flat YoY growth in offline channels in 1Q But new products still arrived in Samsung's A series and online-heavy vendors like Xiaomi and Realme expanded to offline counters. Average selling prices grew by 3.
Paul Mah highlights key drivers in smartphone usage and mobile OS percentages in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region, based on figures from an Ericsson ConsumerLab study. Smartphone usage numbers in Asia are projected to increase dramatically from to , according to a recent Ericsson ConsumerLab study on prepaid smartphone growth in the region. Moreover, the emergence of low-cost, mass market smartphones is expected to add extra stimulus towards mobile adoption. A shakeup is on its way with Windows Phone 8 due for release later this year and a completely rewritten BlackBerry 10 OS in January