Counterpoint: China’s smartphone sales declined by 22% in Q1, Huawei, extends lead


According to the latest report from the Counterpoint Researchthe smartphone will sell well in China, had the toughest quarter in recent history, and down by 22% compared to Q1 of 2019 its values. As expected, the current-COVID-19 pandemic, and that is the main reason for the low demand and shipments in February alone fell by 35% y-o-y. At the same time, the tge share of online sales grew by up to 50%, an increase of 30% in the last year.

Huawei has been the only OEM to continue to be afloat for the period of time, with a 6% increase in sales. Apple saw only a 1% decline, while in-vivo (-27%), Yes (30% off), and Xiaomi (-35%) suffered substantial setbacks. In terms of market share, it is in the above-mentioned companies are doing well for 93% of total revenues, with Huawei holding a near 40% share in this company.

The iPhone is 11, was the top-selling product for the January – march period, marking the seventh consecutive month, reigned supreme. Huawei’s Degree, 30 5 G, in this case, the 6-series, and Honor’s 9 times the size of the other of the best sellers for the year.

Counterpoint: in Q1, the sales of smartphones in China fell by 22%

A 5G phone shipments saw a 120% increase compared to the previous year and now account for 15% of the smartphone market. More than half of the 5G phones will be delivered in Q1 of 2020, were the Smartphone is made. Oppo, vivo and Xiaomi were the leading 5G smartphone business. Counterpoint predicts that 5G phones will account for 40% of the market by the end of the 4th quarter, by the year 2020.



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