The above graph represents the Oppo smartphone market share in India by quarter, starting from Q1 2016 to Q2 2021. Smartphone shipments in India reached its all-time high 49 million units in Q3 2019, with 10% YoY growth. Oppo is currently the 5th largest smartphone vendor in India, with nearly 16.3 million units of smartphones shipped in the third quarter. The Chinese brand recorded nearly 12% YoY growth in its smartphone shipments in Q3 2019, driven by the strong demand for its budget segment device A5s and steady performance of its F11 series.
|Last Updated||26 October 2019|
|Duration||CY Q1 2016 – Q3 2019|
Oppo accounted for 8% share of the total smartphone shipped in India during the third quarter of 2019.
However, Oppo’s smartphone shipments increased a whopping 53% in Q2 2019, when compared to the previous quarter. The growth was primarily driven by the new launches, consistent performance of its F11 series and increased shipments of its budget smartphones such as Oppo A5s and Oppo A1K.
Oppo Market Share In India: History!
From just 2% to 10%, Oppo’s shipment share in India smartphone market increased significantly from Q1 2016 to Q2 2017. In both, the first and second quarter of 2017, Oppo secured the fourth spot in India’s smartphone market with a 10% share. The Chinese player was trailing behind another Chinese rival Vivo. However, after that, it started declining and reached the lowest i.e. 6% share in Q4 2017, due to the growth of Xiaomi in the country. It is important to note that the fourth quarter of 2017 was the very first time when Xiaomi became India’s number 1 smartphone brand in terms of shipment.
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