With 30.8 percent piece of the pie in the Android tablet business, buyer hardware major Lenovo India has maintained the best spot for the third sequential quarter that finished on December 31, 2017.
Referring to the most recent report from the statistical surveying firm International Data Corporation (IDC), Lenovo India said on Wednesday that it pipped its rivals Samsung and iBall who had 19.9 percent and 17.7 percent piece of the overall industry (Android) separately, in the second from last quarter of the money related the year 2017-18.
“The development is a confirmation of the help from clients and the blasting business sector potential. Our point is to keep up a consistent development and hold the best position in the coming year too,” said Rahul Agarwal, Managing Director, and CEO, Lenovo India.
The piece of the overall industry for Lenovo India in the tablets class (Android) in the second quarter that finished on September 30 was 28.4 percent and in the primary quarter that finished on June 30, was 24.2 percent.
Lenovo India said that noteworthy wins from the legislature and instruction areas alongside business bargains from extensive undertakings added to solid footing in the organization’s tablets business.
Lenovo kept up its solid lead driving development through its family tablet variations “Tab 4” and “Tab 7”.
IDC, in its second from last quarter (July-September 2017) report, said that Lenovo was trailed by Acer with 18.6 percent piece of the overall industry where it moved from customer to business portion which helped it to expand shipments into manifolds.
Samsung slipped to the third position as its shipments developed just 2.9 percent in the quarter.
iBall remained at the fourth place as its shipments saw an expansion of 25.8 percent. Datawind dropped to the fifth position as its piece of the pie dropped by five rate focuses on 12.7 percent.