Samsung won back India’s premium market crown in Q1, but the OnePlus 6T was the top-selling phone

Both Apple and Samsung struggled to keep up with Huawei’s impressive growth in Q1 2019 global smartphone shipments, losing precious market share compared to the same period of last year, but while iPhone sales continued to tumble in China, the Galaxy S10 family reportedly helped its manufacturers boost their (microscopic) numbers in the world’s largest market.

The same seems to apply to India, where the early launch of the S10, S10+, and S10e has apparently allowed Samsung to recoup its “premium” segment crown from the champion of the previous three quarters. We’re talking about …

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