Report: Huawei is first in smartphone sales in China for Q2 2017

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China is the biggest smartphone market in the world. So most of the leading brands first started their operations in China. Hence, China became more advanced in the technological field. There are so many successful brands from China including Vivo, Oppo, Huawei, Coolpad, Gionee, Lenovo, Motorola, OnePlus etc.

Analyst says that Huawei is leading the Chinese smartphone market for Q2. During this period, Huawei has sold over  23 million units so far. That’s a great deal for the brand and it really impacted the Chinese smartphone market. Oppo is chasing behind with 21 million units. In fact, Oppo has shipped 37% more devices as compared to last quarter. The 3rd position has been occupied by Vivo. Vivo has sold over 16 million shipments between April and June.

Unfortunately, Xiaomi is in the 4th position with over 15 million shipments. But still, better than Apple in China. Apple has been dragged to 5th position. The rest of the top ten, including Apple, Samsung and Meizu, all suffered annual shipment declines this quarter. “China’s smartphone market continues to consolidate. The analyst noted: “Huawei and Xiaomi have strong online brands, and are now rapidly growing their offline channels. Oppo and Vivo face greater pressure on their mid-range from Redmi and Honor. The failure to establish online channels will slow the momentum of these rising stars.”

“Huawei and Xiaomi have strong online brands, and are now rapidly growing their offline channels. Oppo and Vivo face greater pressure on their mid-range from Redmi and Honor. The failure to establish online channels will slow the momentum of these rising stars.”

 

 

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3 Comments
  1. Md Parmar says

    Lol. What about India?

  2. Keval Parmar says

    Xiaomi is in 4th position? Are you kidding? They are top.

  3. Vineeth says

    Just found a blind Mi fanboy here. Keval Parmar, get lost.

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