Former Huawei subsidiary Honor posted the fastest growth in the Chinese smartphone market in the first quarter, although total sales are up 14 percent year on year decreased to levels approaching the first quarter of 2020.
Huawei, once the best-selling brand in China, only had 6.2 percent of the market in the first quarter.
Emerging brands Vivo and Oppo, both under BBK Electronics, claimed the largest share of sales in the first quarter, taking 19.7 and 18 percent of the market respectively, according to research firm Counterpoint Research.
Apple, which was China’s top-selling supplier for the first time in six years in the previous quarter thanks to the iPhone 13, was the third-largest seller in the first quarter, claiming 17.9 percent of the market.
Source: Mobile – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.
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