November 30, 2020 3:33 am

beats Samsung, Datawind to lead Tablets market in India

According to research firm IDC, the company leads the tablets category with 21.8% share beating Samsung and Datawind. Lenovo gained the top spot in the tablets category with a Q-o-Q growth of 12.6 %.

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PC maker beats Samsung and Datawind to lead tablets market in India. According to research firm , the company leads the tablets category with 21.8% share beating Samsung and Datawind. Lenovo gained the top spot in the tablets category with a Q-o-Q growth of 12.6 %.

Lenovo said that significant order from government, education and large enterprises helped company’s commercial tablets business gain strong traction in this quarter. “Lenovo tablets have seen a significance increase in traction across e-commerce platforms. Lenovo Yoga Series & A-series Tablets propelled Lenovo’s industry beating growth,” claimed company. Over the last couple of quarters, Lenovo has recorded stable growth in the tablets market in India.

“Our strong foothold in various sectors has helped us gain this position and we wish for a continued progress in Q2 as well,” said Rahul Agarwal, MD & CEO, Lenovo India.

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