Tencent Technology News, Chinese smartphone manufacturers have accounted for 70% of the Indian market, some Chinese brands have set up manufacturing bases in India, and even export Indian-made Chinese brand mobile phones to the international market. According to the latest news from foreign media, India's leading high-end smartphone manufacture
This development has helped India drive local production and exports, which is also at a time when India lags behind many other competitors in deploying next-generation mobile technology.
According to foreign media reports, first Canada is one of the first companies to launch 5g devices in the global market. In addition to Indian operators, it also tests the compatibility of smartphones with the networks of us and European operators at its R & D center in Hyderabad, southern India.
The company has invested with Chinese rival oppo to build a smartphone manufacturing plant in Noida, India, to produce 5g devices.
According to Indian media, both smartphone makers are part of China's step-by-step Electronics Group.
Oppo didn't comment on the joint production of smartphones. It is reported that oppo has produced 4G smart phones for Yijia company in the past.
India still has a long way to go to deploy 5g communication network, 5g test has not yet started, and spectrum has not yet been auctioned.
According to a recent news report, Ericsson, a Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer, said India's 5g network will not be commercially available until 2022, compared with the previous estimate of 2020.
CoaI, a telecoms industry group in India, expects that the country's commercial 5g network will have to wait at least five years due to the high price of 5g base stations and insufficient radio spectrum.
By contrast, leading communication service providers in Asia, Australia, Europe, Western Asia and North America opened 5g networks earlier this year. Since its release in April 2019, South Korea has a large number of 5g users, with the latest statistics of 4 million. China launched 5g in late October and expects to have 13 million 5g users by the end of 2019.
Faisal, co-founder of TechArc, a technology market research firm
As of September, Inga had a 35% market share in India's high-end mobile market, which it believes is a key market for testing future technologies, including 5g, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
In 5g, the company has set up 5g simulator in its R & D center in Hyderabad and explored 5g cloud computing solutions there.
The R & D center is also developing customized 5g smart phones, not only for the Indian market, but also for other markets such as North America and Europe.
According to the third quarter smart phone market report of IDC, a technology market research company, in India, Chinese companies have gained 70% of the market share, of which Xiaomi company ranks first with 27.1% of the market share. Vivo, realme and oppo have gained more than 10% market share respectively. Samsung Electronics ranks second in India, with market share close to 20%.
In India, first Canada mainly focuses on the middle and high-end smartphone market, and its total sales volume has not reached the top five in the Indian market. (reviewed by Tencent technology / Chengxi)