Chinnese brands occupies 4 of the Top 5 best-selling smartphoneHuawei has retained its title of selling the most smartphones in China during the first quarter of this year, according to an industry report.Samsung dropped out of the top five, accounting for just 5.9 percent of sales in China in the first three months. Apple ranked fourth, according to figures released by mobile data provider Jiguang.Analysts predicted competition would ramp up as the country's smartphone market becomes saturated. Product updates and replacements will replace sales of new phones as the market's driving force.Research firm GfK projects sales of smartphones will reach 493 million in 2017, up 4.8 percent year-on-year.Let's take a look at the top five smartphone vendors in the first quarter compiled by Jiguang.5. XiaomiMarket share: 8.2%Xiaomi launches its first self-developed chip S1 at China National Convention Center in Beijing, Feb 28, 2017.
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4. AppleMarket share: 14.4%
An Apple store in central Sydney, Australia, March 18, 2016.
3. VivoMarket share: 17.9%
The Vivo X9 Plus.
2. OppoMarket share: 18.7%A factory worker holds an OPPO F1S smartphone in Indonesia, Sept 20, 2016.
1. HuaweiMarket share: 19.2%Visitors examine the new Huawei P10 phone at the 2017 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Feb 27.
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1. HuaweiMarket share: 19.2%Visitors examine the new Huawei P10 phone at the 2017 Mobile World Congr ...
I'm using one,
just great, a visitor from Hon. HI. must be hard pressed to return it to me:D It didn't come to me that Huawei is at the top of the list.