Xiaomi has recorded a sequential growth at 46 percent and yearly growth of 69 percent in the third quarter.
Realme's shipments went up by a whopping 400 percent since last year.
HP has recently launched 'Elite Dragonfly', a 13-inch convertible notebook, priced at about Rs 1.5 lakh.
The decline in sales has reportedly reduced Apple’s market share to 11.5 percent from 12.9 percent a year ago.
According to the report, Xiaomi grew 120 percent in Q3 with Redmi Note 4 contributing to about 40 percent of total sales for the company.
Considering the premium smartphone segment, Apple is the leader with 62 percent market share.
The drastic fall in tablet shipments is a sign of the changing times, and that includes the Apple iPad
According to the International Data Corporation's (IDC) quarterly tablet tracker, the worldwide tablet market has seen a slump with a 14.7 percent year-on-year decline in terms of shipments.
A new IDC report about those who owned the exploding Galaxy Note 7 states that half of these users may switch to the iPhone 7.
HCP (Inkjet, laser, SDM and line printers) market in India dropped 4.7 percent sequentially in the second quarter of 2016 and reached 757,783 units in terms of shipments, with HP Inc. leading the segment with a spurt in the consumer Inkjet market, a report said on Monday.
The second quarter of 2016 has seen an overall increase in the wearables market however smart wearables (those that support third-party apps) saw a decline.
Oppo and Vivo record highest growth, Samsung shipped more phones than Apple and Huawei combined: IDC
According to the new report, a total of 334.9 million smartphones were shipped worldwide in the last quarter, which is just 0.2 percent increase from the 334.3 million units seen in Q1 2015.
In the first quarter of 2016, tablet shipments worldwide saw a decline of 14.7 percent with 39.6 million units shipped.
The global market for tablet computers will see another decline in 2016, but one bright spot is in "detachables" which are gaining as PC replacements, researchers said Tuesday.
Micromax claims that there is other data which shows that company is still the number two smartphone vendor in India as opposed to the recent IDC report.
It wouldn't come as a surprise to many that Fitbit is the world leader in wearable devices. However, according to a recent IDC report the Xiaomi Mi band priced at Rs 999 is now the second most shipped wearable device in the world.
Google Android dominated the global smartphone market in 2014, holding an 81.5 percent market share, with Apple's iOS second and no strong third player, market tracker IDC said Tuesday.
The increasing number of budget smartphones - owing to the Indian phone makers - has led to people opting for smartphones over feature phones in India...