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Exynos Chipset By Samsung Becomes Third Largest Supplier in Terms of Market Share

Samsung's Exynos chipset division has become the third largest supplier in the world od smartphones. According to Counterpoint Research, Exynos chips grabbed a 14.1 per...

Apple Logs 75.6% Market Share in Q4 of 2019 in India

Apple reached a record 75.6 per cent market share in the fourth quarter of 2019 in India and the credit goes to the stellar...

Huawei Surpasses Apple To Become Second-Largest Smartphone Brand Globally

Despite facing the US sanctions, Huawei with 16 per cent market share surpassed Apple to become the second-largest smartphone brand globally -- after Samsung...

Tech Giant Apple Becomes One of The Fastest-Growing Brands in India

Riding on the strong demand for iPhone XR and iPhone 11, Apple became one of the fastest-growing brands in India in the fourth quarter...

2020 Likely to be Strongest Year for Apple in India: Experts

BY NISHANT ARORA The year 2019 saw a complete turnaround in Apple's market share and presence in India, fuelled by attractive price drops on previous...

Apple Leads With 48% Share in the Smartwatch Market

Continuing its lead over competitors like Samsung and Fitbit, Apple Watch maintained first position as its share in the global smartwatch market reached 48...

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