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OnePlus lost its #1 spot in India even before coronavirus and tensions with China

At the end of June 2020, OnePlus held just a 15% share of India’s premium smartphone segment—phones that cost over Rs25,000 ($340)—as against 27% a year ago.

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India’s online shopping festivals show its anti-China sentiment is more talk than action

An Indian smartphone ecosystem without Chinese brands is almost unforeseeable at this point in time.

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Chingari wants to ride the wave of nationalism to TikTok-like heights in India

“We’ve crossed 10 million downloads.”

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Some Indians are smashing Chinese smartphones in protest—others can’t stop buying them

OnePlus 8 Pro was sold out within minutes on Amazon India.

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Five charts that prove India only stands to lose by boycotting trade with China

Also, India is a big market for Chinese producers.

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If India does #BoycottChina, its startups will lose more than just funding

Practical advice.