Laptops and PC shipments in India reached 4.1 million models within the second quarter of 2021, Canalys’ newest report suggests, including that it grew by a wholesome 43 p.c year-on-year (YoY). Even tablets are reported to have one of the best quarter since 2016 and have seen 52 p.c YoY progress. Canalys says that desktop shipments had been up by 23 p.c. HP led the PC shipments in India with 1.066 million shipments in Q2 2021, raking in 26 p.c of the market share. Lenovo got here in second with 20.5 p.c market share, and Dell reportedly got here in third with 12.8 p.c market share.
HP shipments in India had been up by 54 p.c YoY in Q2 2021, Canalys says. It managed to ship 1.066 million models, raking in 26 p.c market share within the second quarter. The vendor is claimed to have grown its pocket book shipments by 59 p.c. Lenovo is reported to return in second place, with 0.84 million shipments in Q2 2021 and 20.5 p.c market share. Canalys says Lenovo noticed a flattish 3 p.c YoY progress in Q2 2021. In reality, its pocket book shipments fell by 3 p.c whereas its pill market grew 16 p.c.
Canalys says that Dell is available in third and manages to ship 0.525 million PC models in Q2 2021. It rakes in 12.8 p.c market share and sees an general 40 p.c annual progress. In the enterprise phase, Dell witnessed a 71 p.c YoY progress, attributed to its quick-pace Intel eleventh era SKUs.
Samsung sees a large 134 p.c annual progress in India, essentially the most in comparison with different manufacturers, primarily fuelled by its pill shipments. It had 0.403 million shipments in Q2 2021 and 9.8 p.c market share. Acer was fifth on the record with 0.326 million shipments and eight p.c market share. Last 12 months, it shipped solely 0.172 million models in the identical quarter. Acer completed fifth as the seller topped Apple and grew its whole shipments by 95 p.c YoY, Canalys experiences.
The market analyst agency says that the majority classes within the PC phase grew by double-digit percentages YoY in Q2 2021, primarily attributable to a lacklustre efficiency in Q2 2020, when all the nation was beneath lockdown, braving the primary wave of COVID-19.