Smart phone global shipments fell Samsung apple HUAWEI millet share rose

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 Smart phone global shipments fell Samsung apple HUAWEI millet share rose


Among the top five manufacturers (apple, Samsung, HUAWEI, millet and OPPO), apple, HUAWEI, and millet shipments have increased, while OPPO and all the other smaller companies shipped less. Meanwhile, the market share of the top 4 manufacturers has increased. Samsungs market share increased by 0.1 percentage points, from 23.3% to 23.4%, even though its shipment volume decreased by 1 million 900 thousand to 78 million 200 thousand. Samsung usually accounts for about 1/5 market share, and this proportion remains unchanged. Apples market share increased by 0.9 percentage points, from 14.7% to 15.6%, thanks to a small increase in iPhone. HUAWEIs market share increased by 1.8 percentage points to 11.8%. Millet market share jumped 4.1% to 8.4%, OPPO fell 0.4% (to 7.1%). In general, Chinas three largest manufacturers are eroding the duopoly of Samsung and apple. As competition intensifies, more consolidation is expected, and the total number of companies outside the five big companies has lost 6.5% of the total market share. Chinese companies continue to provide high value equipment at low cost, while market leader apple and Samsung are also launching a variety of product responses. Most importantly, consumers seem to be no longer obsessed with upgrading to the latest and best products. Global and Chinese smartphone consumers are buying more high-end smartphones, but the number of smartphones is no longer as much as they used to, leading to a drop in shipments, said IDC research director MelissaChau, director of IDC research. From the point of view of the value of the dollar, the smartphone market is still rising and will continue to grow in the coming years, as consumers are increasingly dependent on these devices to meet most of their computing needs. Source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 Global and Chinese smartphone consumers are buying more high-end smartphones, but the number of smartphones is no longer as much as they used to, leading to a drop in shipments, said IDC research director MelissaChau, director of IDC research. From the point of view of the value of the dollar, the smartphone market is still rising and will continue to grow in the coming years, as consumers are increasingly dependent on these devices to meet most of their computing needs.