Samsung will soon launch tablet's in Indian market this year

 
Tech giant Samsung is assured of revival in the Indian tablet computer market this year and has launched its initial 4G tablet within the sub-Rs 10,000 class. Vishal Kaul, Director at Samsung India, said the section has seen de-growth within the past quarters, however the corporate has been able to expand its market share.

“Tablets are more of companion devices and that we are focusing on the various use cases of this kind issue. The
Galaxy Tab A 7.0 is our initial 4G tablet within the sub Rs 10,000-category and that we are assured it will do well,” he told PTI. The Galaxy Tab A 7.0, priced at Rs 9,500, options a 4000mAh battery, providing up to nine hours of video playback.

“With Galaxy Tab A 7.0, we are providing our customers a tool that's the perfect mix of refined style, superior show nice performance and non-stop entertainment,” he said. It caters to ‘on-the-go’ and ‘me-time’ needs of customers, thereby acting as an ideal companion for his or her active lifestyle, he added.

Kaul said the buyer section should see sales picking up with data becoming more cost-effective and increased
availability of quality content. Citing GfK data, he said Samsung had fifty one per cent worth market share within the consumer tablet section in November 2017, whereas in volume terms, it had forty seven per cent share. Kaul added that the sub-Rs 10,000 class accounts for concerning forty six per cent of overall market volume.

According to analysis firm IDC, 1.1 million tablets were shipped in India within the July-September 2017 quarter, up three per cent from an equivalent amount within the previous year. Lenovo had twenty six per cent share, followed by Acer (18.6 per cent share), Samsung (14.6 per cent), iBall (13.1 per cent) and Datawind (12.7 per cent).

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