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Samsung’s tablet shipments in India grew a whopping 83% in Q3 2022

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The latest report by CyberMedia Research, which is an institutional member of the Market Research Society of India, concluded that the tablet market in India is seeing a sharp rise, especially for 5G-capable devices. In July and September 2022, the Indian tablet market grew by 22% QoQ (quarter on quarter).

CyberMedia Research pointed out that if the trend continues, the Indian tablet market will record a healthy 10-15% growth in 2022. While the tablet market hasn’t been a stronghold for any company in India, the arrival of 5G-capable devices has worked in favor of companies like Samsung and Lenovo.

Speaking of Samsung, it led the tablet market with a 28% market share. Lenovo and Apple were right behind Samsung, with 26% and 19% market share, respectively, during the quarter. The CMD noted that “the India tablet market grew 22 percent quarter-on-quarter, with 5G-capable tablet shipments picking up steam in the run-up to the festive season.

Tablets with 8-inch screens saw rising demand and constituted 43% of the overall shipments in the Indian market. Recent 5G auctions and the beginning of the 5G era in India also contributed to the demand for 5G-capable tablets. Similar trends are seen for 5G-capable smartphones as well, with Samsung leading from the front.

The Galaxy Tab A8 and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite’s Wi-Fi and 4G models were top picks among Indian users, with both capturing 25% and 18% of the total market share, respectively. Samsung, being the most popular brand, recorded 83% QoQ growth in the Q3 of 2022. Thanks to commercial business and partnerships, Lenovo stood second in the entire region.

Apple iPad shipments recorded a 26% QoQ growth in Q3 2022, with the Apple iPad 9 (Wi-Fi) and Apple iPad Air 2022 (Wi-Fi) having a 57% and 15% market share, respectively. They were followed by the Apple iPad Pro 2021 (Wi-Fi) with 8% and the Apple iPad Air 2022 (Wi-Fi) with 6% share of the tablet market.


The latest report by CyberMedia Research, which is an institutional member of the Market Research Society of India, concluded that the tablet market in India is seeing a sharp rise, especially for 5G-capable devices. In July and September 2022, the Indian tablet market grew by 22% QoQ (quarter on quarter).

CyberMedia Research pointed out that if the trend continues, the Indian tablet market will record a healthy 10-15% growth in 2022. While the tablet market hasn’t been a stronghold for any company in India, the arrival of 5G-capable devices has worked in favor of companies like Samsung and Lenovo.

Speaking of Samsung, it led the tablet market with a 28% market share. Lenovo and Apple were right behind Samsung, with 26% and 19% market share, respectively, during the quarter. The CMD noted that “the India tablet market grew 22 percent quarter-on-quarter, with 5G-capable tablet shipments picking up steam in the run-up to the festive season.

Tablets with 8-inch screens saw rising demand and constituted 43% of the overall shipments in the Indian market. Recent 5G auctions and the beginning of the 5G era in India also contributed to the demand for 5G-capable tablets. Similar trends are seen for 5G-capable smartphones as well, with Samsung leading from the front.

The Galaxy Tab A8 and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite’s Wi-Fi and 4G models were top picks among Indian users, with both capturing 25% and 18% of the total market share, respectively. Samsung, being the most popular brand, recorded 83% QoQ growth in the Q3 of 2022. Thanks to commercial business and partnerships, Lenovo stood second in the entire region.

Apple iPad shipments recorded a 26% QoQ growth in Q3 2022, with the Apple iPad 9 (Wi-Fi) and Apple iPad Air 2022 (Wi-Fi) having a 57% and 15% market share, respectively. They were followed by the Apple iPad Pro 2021 (Wi-Fi) with 8% and the Apple iPad Air 2022 (Wi-Fi) with 6% share of the tablet market.

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