A sort of Motorola month overall, Motorola announced four smartphones, three of which are 4G and only one is 5G. Of the fifteen smartphones introduced in October, eleven were 4G smartphones, and just four were 5G.
Oppo launched three smartphones, and each of them supports 4G. Both Google and Infinix launched two smartphones; however, Google launched both 5G devices while Infinix launched a 4G and a 5G smartphone. Every smartphone launched by Lava, Redmi, Samsung, and Nokia was a 4G smartphone. Here is a list of every smartphone that was launched in October.
4G cellular technology-based smartphones
In October 2022, eleven 4G smartphones were launched by seven different OEMs. Oppo, Motorola, Redmi, Lava, Samsung, Infinix, and Nokia were among the OEMs. The maximum and an equal number of 4G smartphones were released by Motorola and Oppo, while the other OEMs launched just one 4G smartphone.
Google was the only OEM not to introduce a 4G smartphone as of October 2022. For 4G smartphones, the maximum chipsets used by OEMs were from MediaTek, followed by Samsung, Unisoc, and Qualcomm; all three were used only once to launch the 4G smartphones. From MediaTek, Helio G37 was used thrice by the OEMs; from Qualcomm, only snapdragon 680 was used for smartphones, and OEM used Unisoc T606 and Samsung Exynos 850 to launch 4G smartphones. In the Affordable (Rs 7001 – Rs 15000) segment, Seven OEMs launched nine different 4G smartphones; only Motorola and Oppo launched two smartphones, and others launched only one each under this price segment. In the Affordable Premium (Rs 15001 – Rs 30000) segment, only OEMs Motorola and Oppo launched the two 4G smartphones.
5G cellular technology-based smartphones
In October 2022, four distinct 5G smartphones were launched by three separate OEMs. Apple, Motorola, and Infinix were the OEMs. Among them, Apple released the 5G devices, while Motorola and Inifinix released just one.
Redmi, Lava, Samsung, Nokia, and Oppo were the five OEMs that have not introduced any 5G smartphones in October 2022. For 5G smartphones, the maximum chipsets used by OEMs were from Google, followed by MediaTek and Qualcomm; on both, only one each 5G smartphone was launched, and the OEMs used no Unisoc chipset for 5G smartphones. From Google, only one chipset was used by Google, and from MediaTek and Qualcomm, only one chipset each was used by OEMs to launch the 5G smartphones, and no Unisoc chipsets was used to launch the 5G smartphone. In the Premium (Rs 30001 – Rs 60000) segment, two 5G smartphone was launched, and the OEMs Google and Infinix launched the 5G smartphones. In the Super Premium (Rs 60001 – Rs 100000) segment, two 5G smartphone was launched, and the OEMs were Google and Motorola.