China’s dominance of global smartphone business now Chinese brands own 48 percent of the world’s smartphone market share, according to the counterpoint market monitoring service. Outside China, Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo and Huawei do extensive business.
Samsung and Apple maintained the top position in the market for smartphones, however. Readers are currently highlighting the top ten smartphone maker organizations in the smartphone market.
Samsung topped the smartphone market The company’s market share was 22 percent in the second half of 2017. The Technology Products Manufacturers Association of South Korea has annually sold 4 percent more smartphones in the quarter.
Apple is second in the smartphone market According to Counterpoint Research, 11 percent of the global market share has been held by the company. The share of the company declined from 11.3 percent in the second half of 2016. The company said this week in a report that the company’s market share increased in the second half of 2017.
Xiaomi shocked the entire world in just one year. The company is competing in their home country with Vivo and Apo. The fastest popular brand in the last quarter is Xiaomi. In the second half of the year, Xiaomi occupied 6.6 percent of market share in 23.2 million units and 6.6 percent market share.
The latest business of the M6 and Redmi Note 4X has started. The company’s largest market is China and India.
Oppo Apollo, the fourth largest smartphone brand in the world, has 8.4% of the market share of smartphones worldwide. In India, the company is doing business.
Vivo is in fifth place with a market share of 6.6 percent worldwide. In India, Vivo is doing good business.
Huawei’s Chinese smartphone brand is in third place. In the second half of the year, Huawei recorded 38.4 million unit phones worldwide. The company sold more than the previous year by 20 percent.
In China Nova, Huawei has thrown opponent Oppo and Vivo, Inno series and P10 flagship smartphones have confirmed the position of the company in China. It has increased its share of discounted smartphones from the MET and P series.
The smartphone brand LG in South Korea is in seventh position. The company sold 13.3 million smartphones in the second half of 2017. LG Smartphones in Asia and Europe do a good job.
The market share of smartphones occupies eighth place at 3.3 percent.
Alcatel is the smartphone market’s lowest in the top ten smartphones. The smartphone market share is 1.3 percent of market share in the second half of 2017. The market share of telephones was 2.1 percent at the same time last year.
10. Lenovo (Motorola)
In the global smartphone market, Lenovo is facing tough competition. The company, however, has a global market share of 3.2 percent.