A few days ago there was news that the Indian government is going to ban the sale of Chinese smartphones below Rs 12,000 in the country. But now a news is denying it. According to the new report, the Government of India does not have any such plan.
At present, Chinese smartphone companies dominate the Indian market. Xiaomi has the largest market share in terms of shipments in Q2 2022. During this period, the shipment of Reality has also increased by 23.7 percent to reach 61 lakh units.
It is currently dominated by Chinese companies in the Indian smartphone market. According to the second quarter (Q2 2022) of this year, the number 1 smartphone company in the country is Xiaomi. Meanwhile, the government is also investigating the alleged case of non-payment of taxes by Chinese companies like Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi.
Cheap Chinese smartphones will not be banned
According to a new report by CNBC-TV18, the Indian government is not going to ban the sale of Chinese smartphones priced below Rs 12,000 in the country. The report uploaded on YouTube by the media channel is contradicting the old news. The channel quoted ‘government source’ as saying that the government is not making any such plan.
It was said in the old news that the government wants to ban the sale of Chinese smartphones below Rs 12,000 in the country. It was also said in the news that India is the second largest smartphone market in the world and the government is looking to remove Chinese players from the lower segment of this market.
It was also said here that the reason for this decision of the government is that high volume brands like Realme and Transsion are reducing local manufacturers. But now this new report is proving the old news to be untrue.
As we mentioned earlier, the Indian market is currently dominated by Chinese smartphone companies. Xiaomi has the largest market share in terms of shipments in Q2 2022 . During this period, the shipment of Reality has also increased by 23.7 percent to reach 61 lakh units. This company now has a total of 17.5 shares of the country’s smartphone market. Vivo’s shipments also grew by 17.4 percent to 5.9 million units in Q2 2022.