Coronavirus Outbreak: Global smartphone shipments to fall 12 percent to 1.2 billion units in 2020, says IDC
In China, where the economy has begun to reopen and factories have resumed operations, IDC expects a single-digit decline in this year.
One in every five customers is interested in spending more than Rs 60,000 or more on smartphones.
Xiaomi reportedly sold nearly 37 percent of the phones that were replaced in Q2 2018.
It's barely been a few days since we entered 2016 and companies are already out there, gearing up to launch brand new smartphones for us!
Oplus Technologies launched its smartphone, XonPhone 5, for the Indian market, priced at Rs 7,999.