5G Smartphones: Domestic e-commerce giant Flipkart has revealed the latest interesting facts about the trend of 5G smartphones in India.
A domestic e-commerce giantFlipkart(Flipkart)In Indialocated5G smartphones(5G Smartphones) recently revealed interesting facts about the trend. 5G on their platformSmartphone(5G Smartphones) launches increased by more than 1.5 times during January-June 2022 compared to the first half of 2021. Moreover, compared to the searches for 5G smartphones registered between January-June last year, it has been revealed that the same period in 2022 has increased by 2 times. It was also stated on Monday that the people of Uttar Pradesh (UP), Bihar (Bihar), West Bengal (West Bengal), Maharashtra (Maharashtra) and Tamil Nadu (TamilNadu) are searching for these smartphones. These figures revealed by Flipkart based on its own sales trends (Own Sales Trends) have now become a hot topic in tech circles.
According to Flipkart Sales Trends, the demand for 5G smartphones in the Rs 10,000-15,000 range has grown nearly four times in the first half of 2022 compared to the first six months of last year. That means how fast the demand for these fast network phones is increasing.
After the successful 5G spectrum auction in India, 5G smartphones are being released more and more in the country. Users are also showing more interest in buying these. With that, the trend of 5G in the country is likely to improve further in the future. In a few years, there will be more users of 5G services than 4G in India.
Kunal Gupta, Senior Director of Flipkart Mobiles explained how the craze for 5G mobiles is increasing in the country at present. “The demand for 5G smartphones offering high internet speed has been increasing in metros and small cities for the past few quarters.
About 75 percent of searches are coming from Tier 2 and other cities,” said Kunal Gupta. To meet the demand, brands including Motorola, Samsung, Oppo, Vivo, Realme, Poco have launched a variety of 5G smartphones starting at just Rs 12,999.
According to Counterpoint Research, the number of 5G capable smartphones in use in the country has crossed 5 crore. Counterpoint Research data reveals that 5G smartphones will account for 29% of total shipments in the second quarter of 2022. Shipments of not only 5G smartphones but also 5G tablets to India are increasing.
According to Cybermedia Research, 5G tablet shipments in India grew by 71% year-on-year in Q2. Leading telecom companies Airtel 5,000 and Jio 1,000 have already rolled out their coverage plans for top cities. It seems that fifth generation wireless networks are likely to be available to everyone.