Huawei wins smartphones race in China during March 2015
In the first quarter of 2015, Huawei has successfully raised its market share in the Chinese market. This was recently stated by GFK – a company engaged in authentic research surveys on the Chinese smart-phones retail market. Its latest report shows data, as of March 2015, where the market-share of the top three domestic smartphones, namely; Huawei, Apple and Samsung were discussed.
Huawei has now occupied the top spot in China for the first time, while the market shares of the other two competitors are showing a consistent decline in the Chinese market since November 2014. Whereby, Samsung’s market share dropped to third during March 2015.
Huawei accounted for 33% of the market-share. According to a recent Data disclosure of Huawei; More than 4 million units of Huawei Mate 7 flagship model were shipped over the past six months. This is a new world-record in the domestic, high-priced smart phone shipments. The GFK statistical data, on the Chinese market in March, reflects that Huawei achieved a sales value of 6.535 billion yuan indicating the remarkable progress of Huawei in the Chinese market. The total market size of smart-phones in China during the first quarter of 2015 was 99 million dollars.