Samsung defeats Apple in India, with maximum devices sold

According to ecommerce app Cashify, Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos I9082 was the most traded phone in 2016, capturing 3.02 per cent of the resale/buyback market.
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A report suggests that 28.52 per cent of the Indian mobile phone market has been captured by South Korean giant Samsung, by selling maximum number of devices in 2016, followed by Apple iPhone 14.87 per cent and Motorola with 10.75 per cent.
According to ecommerce app Cashify, Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos I9082 was the most traded phone in 2016, capturing 3.02 per cent of the resale/buyback market. 
While noting device-wise the report also shows, "This was followed by the Moto family's most successful phone of the year, Moto G 16GB (2nd Gen), with 2.71 per cent. Apple iPhone 5s 16GB (factory unlocked) came in third with a 2.34 per cent share. Other players, such as the OnePlus One 64 GB (1.78 per cent), also made their presence felt."
It also states, "With a minefield of flagship launches, the resale market picked up pace in the last few months as the number of people queuing up to trade their old smartphones with the latest market entrants went up significantly."
With a slew of smartphone launch announcements lined up for 2017, Cashify expects the resale market to show further growth as more and more people become aware of the resale value of their old phones. 
Recently, Cashify ranked Delhi number one when it came to upgrading smartphones with 19 per cent of online requests generated on the ecommerce app Cashify to sell used smartphones were from the capital.
 
 
 
 
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