The Chinese smartphone market rebounded in April, according to figures published by the government. A total of 40.8 million phones were shipped, which represents an increase of 14% over April of 2019. Of those, 16 million, or almost 40%, and 5G phones.
It was not enough to compensate for the COVID-19-the effect is as if a series of shipments during the months of January and April, fell by about 20% compared to the same period in the year 2019 at the latest. But in April, it was the first of the month in which the growth of the supply was recognized, and that’s a good sign for the future.
Unfortunately, it was that the official figures are not more offer the Android numbers, so it is not possible to extract the number of iPhone sales in China for the month of April.
Here are some interesting facts and figures. Between January and April, to 30.4 million in 5G phones will have been shipped and 65 for the new 5G models have been released in China. That is, 33.6% of all phones shipped, and 47.4% of all of the models. This means that almost half of the phones released in China 5G.