Huawei Claims 27% Of The Chinese Market Share In Q2 2018

On July 25th, market research firm Canalys released the second quarter shipment report of China’s smartphones.¬†According to the report,¬†China’s smartphone shipments reached more than 100 million units in the second quarter, up from 91 million units in the first quarter.¬†Among them, Huawei’s market share in China has reached 27%, which is the largest share of Chinese smartphone manufacturers since 2011. Compared with the 21% market share in the second quarter of 2017, its market share has increased significantly.

OPPO and vivo, occupied the second and third spots but¬†While¬†oppo’s share¬†increased slightly to¬†21%, vivo’s share¬†increased significantly to 20% market share. Xiaomi claimed 14% of the Chinese market to come fourth¬†on the list.

Overall, the top five mobile phone manufacturers accounted for 90% of shipments, 73% a year ago, leaving fewer opportunities for other mobile phone manufacturers.¬†According to analysts, Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor, accounted for 55% of Huawei’s shipments in the second quarter of 2018, up from 33% a year ago.¬†With its latest flagship model, Honor has successfully entered the high-end market. At the same time, it continues to compete with rivals such as Xiaomi in the low-end and mid-end market.

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