According to a study conducted by Cyber Media mobile phone sales in India crossed the 100 million threshold in Q2 the first six months of 2012. 102.43 million units were sold. During the same period, smartphone sales stood at 5.50 million units. Also Read - Flipkart shares customer behavior insights post coronavirus lockdown; here is everything we know
Nokia continued its dominance in the feature phone space with a market share of 22.2 percent closely followed by Samsung and Micromax both which had a share of 13 and 5.5 percent respectively. Also Read - Emerging market drive global smartphone sales up 19 percent: Gartner
In the smartphone market Android reasserted its dominance at 56.6 percent share, followed by Symbian, which had a share of 17.4 percent, BlackBerry which had a share of 12.1 percent, iOS with a share of 3.0 percent and Windows Phone which has a share of 2.6 percent. Also Read - Indian mobile phone sales drop for the first time in 20 years
Samsung proved to be the dominant smartphone brand with a share of 41.6 percent followed by Nokia at 19.2 percent and RIM with a share of 12.1 percent.