5G was a key selling point in the high-end category in a market where 5G connectivity is unheard of

ruled the premium smartphone market in India in Q2 2020, thanks to robust sales of the  and series, according to .
The premium category, which consists of phones that cost more than $400, shrank 32 percent when compared to the year-ago quarter because of the pandemic. Still, the segment accounted for 4 percent of total shipments in India.
With a market share of 29 percent, OnePlus dethroned Samsung to become the brand of choice for consumers looking for premium handsets. The OnePlus 8 made up 19 percent of the shipments and the reduced price of …

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