Also, the sales of smart phones in India hit the ground in April


The extended lock is in India, which has resulted in zero shipments in the smartphone players in India in the month of April, when the plants are closed, it may take two to four weeks for production units to resume normal operations as soon as the lock has been relaxed. In the month of March saw a steep annual decline in smartphone shipments, at -19 per cent, as a result of the COVID-19 nationwide lockdown, which is available from the 24th of March. Also Read – Xiaomi has been accused of sending ‘private’ internet and phone data,, to, China

Since then, the factories are closed, shops are closed, and the online sellers have been engaged in the delivery of groceries and other essential items. The result: in April, has seen near-zero sales. “We have seen zero activity on the smartphone shipments share in April-and this moment now, in the midst of the uncertainties, the Q2 of 2020, are going to be a real challenge for the smartphone makers in the country,” Tarun Pathak, an Associate Director of Counterpoint Research, said Ian’s. Also, Read Jio To video-calling app is coming very soon: see below for further details

“We have heard, which is absolutely essential to the sale was happening behind the scenes at the moment, but that will have to be in the hundreds of potential 11 to 12 million are of the smartphone sales happen in a normal month,” Pathak added. Also Read – Poco < F2 > the Pro alleged pricing leaked online, this is the most expensive Poco phone

All smart phone brands, from Samsung to Xiaomi to the Realme of suspended production and assembly at their respective plants in the country, almost as of March 20. On the Realme, there is a complete ban on the sale and production since the very first 21 days from the moment it was announced.

“In accordance with the guidelines of the state government, in our Greater Noida facility in Uttar Pradesh, india suspended the operations of the 21st of March, with sales coming to a halt. We also have delayed our Narzo a series of launch events and with a couple of the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIOT) any product which has been planned for April,” Madhav Sheth, Vice-President, the Realme, and be the Chief Executive Officer, and Realme in India, said Ian’s.

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In the mean time, the lockdown has been extended by 14 days to May 17. The Government of India has issued new guidelines to regulate the different departments in the same period. However, this will be based on the red, business centre, laundry, orange, and green spaces, and its limitations. Under the new regulations, a limited number of activities that will be open, but most of the other things that will continue to be banned in the whole country, irrespective of the area.

Written with agency inputs


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