CMR, Telecom Information, ET Telecom


NEW DELHI: India’s pill market grew 68% year-on-year in Q1 2022, pushed by persevering with hybrid and distant work, in addition to the adoption of tablets for on-line schooling and content material consumption, in line with Cybermedia Analysis (CMR).

4G tablets recorded a sequential progress of 74% year-on-year, the analysis agency stated.

CMR now expects pill PC shipments to file a wholesome 10-12% progress in 2022.

Lenovo (36%), Apple (22%), and Samsung (22%) captured the highest three spots within the pill leaderboard in Q1 2022, adopted by Realme and Lava, as per the info.

“Pushed by the pandemic and the continual rise and ebb of the COVID19 instances, most of the sectors are persisting with hybrid or distant work. That is persevering with to gas the adoption of Tablets for work, e-learning and content material consumption use instances. The schooling and healthcare sector have contributed to the uptick within the general pill market in India,” stated Menka Kumari, Analyst-Trade Intelligence Group (IIG), CMR.

India tablet market grows 68% in 1Q22: CMR

Lenovo’s business enterprise and retail market helped the model keep its prime place available in the market, with shipments rising 48% year-on-year, whereas Apple shipments recorded 31% year-on-year progress and Samsung’s shipments rose 81% year-on-year.

Cargo of tablets with an 8-inch show constituted 26% of the general shipments within the Indian market. Alternatively, tablets with 10-inch and above shows contributed to 61% of the shipments, CMR stated.

“Pushed by the rising availability of 5G-capable tablets, in addition to with new market entrants similar to Xiaomi with its Pad 5, the pill market in India goes to achieve power,” Kumari added.

With different potential pill market entrants, similar to Oppo, Vivo and OnePlus, within the offing, the customers have extra decisions than earlier than within the Android pill market.

“On the enterprise aspect, the business and authorities sector will proceed to achieve power owing to the traction in digital economic system and e-governance,” she added.



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