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January 25, 2012

Nokia grabs 38% Indian Market, as 10m Smartphones sold in FY,11

Indian Mobile numbers in 2011  touched nearly 166 million units during the first eleven months of the 2011 calendar year, with Nokia accounting for a 30.7 per cent followed by Samsung with 14.9 per cent and Micromax with 5 per cent.
Multi-SIM mobile handset shipments accounted for 54 per cent of the total India mobile handsets market in November 2011. Total 3G phone shipments touched 15.5 million in the first eleven months of CY 2011, according to CMR analysts, with close to 224 models launched by 26 vendors.




A  CyberMedia Research  report show that  although Smartphone’s and Smart Mobile Devices in India are  increasing at a brisk pace, feature phones in India still outsell  Smartphones  by 14: 1 .That means India is still languishing at the bottom of the global market with  14.4 million feature phone shipped  in 2011, as compared to 1.07 million smartphones, in Nov 2011.
 
Indian Mobile numbers in 2011  touched nearly 166 million units during the first eleven months of the 2011 calendar year, with Nokia accounting for a 30.7 per cent followed by Samsungwith 14.9 per cent and Micromax with 5 per cent.



Nokia might be battling their “ Falling markets shares” worldwide and other developed countries ,but in India Nokia continue to rule  and   lead the Indian mobile handset market in terms of shipments between January and November, 2011, with a 30.7 per cent share, Nokia remained the leader in both the feature and Smartphone segments, accounting for 30.2 per cent and 38.4 per cent, respectively, of the market.
Total Indian Smartphone shipments during the period  Jan 2011 to Nov,2011 stood at approximately 10 million.Nokia was  the number one  with  with 38% , marketshare while Samsung and BlackBerry Smartphone-maker Research In Motion were the second and third largest players in the Smartphone segment with a 27.5 per cent and 15.5 per cent market share, respectively.