While India is the world’s second-largest smartphone market, it still is a developing country which means that lower-priced phones are the top sellers in the country. That is why Android handsets have a massive market share in the country. Those Indian consumers who prefer iOS usually end up purchasing older model iPhones including some that are manufactured right in the country. For example, . Priced at the equivalent of $383 USD at the time, the phone was originally launched globally in 2015.
Apple iPhone shipments show strong growth in India