Riding on a stellar performance by Note nine, Samsung registered a sixty per cent market share (by value) and sixty two.5 per cent market share (by volume) within the premium phase for the month of August in Asian nation, a brand new report aforesaid on weekday.

 

According to the German marketing research firm Gfk, Samsung not solely junction rectifier the Rs forty,000 and on top of phase however conjointly registered a fifty five.5 per cent market share (by value) and five per cent (by volume) within the Rs 30,000 and on top of phase in August within the country.

 

"We are very pleased with the method our numbers are growing. we tend to are optimistic on additional consolidating our leadership position within the Indian smart phone market. Our aim is to grow at 20-25 per cent in Asian nation within the joyous quarter (October-December)," Aditya Babbar, head, Samsung Asian nation, told IANS.

Galaxy Note nine was launched in Asian nation on August twenty four and pre-booking for the phone started on August ten.

 

"When we tend to launched Note nine, we tend to introduced plenty of consumer-centrist offers like Rs 60,000 money back on Paytm and Rs six,000 upgrade provide," aforesaid Babbar, adding that Note nine is Samsung's most fortunate "N Series" smart phone.

 

In the half of 2018, Samsung junction rectifier the Rs thirty,000 phase by fifty per cent (in value) and fifty one per cent (in volume).

 

After ruling the premium phase, Samsung has set its eyes on dominating the mid-price phase in Asian nation that is presently flooded with Chinese variants.

The company last month launched Galaxy A7 with triple rear cameras for Rs twenty three,990 in blue, black and gold colors.

 

On Oct eleven, Samsung can launch their initial four-rear camera system device A9 within the premium phase (above Rs 30,000).


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