Huawei strengthened its dominance of the smartphone market in China

Huawei Mate 20 Pro

After yesterday’s report on the status of the smartphone market in India during the second quarter of this year, the company decided to Canalys specialized in the research market today that reveal to us about its most recent report the status of the smartphone market in China, which is the largest market for smartphones in the world. While the growth in this market dropping for the ninth quarter Straight, has enabled Huawei to increase its stake there to 38.2 percent, representing an annual growth of 31 percent in terms of sales. As for salaries, the remaining four in the list of the five companies equal for the Chinese market, they are include Oppo and Vivo and Xiaomi and Apple, respectively.

Analyst Mo Jia in the company Canalys said that the expansion of global buy Huawei has returned to China, sales in China accounted for 64 percent of total shipments in the second quarter of this year, the highest achieved by the company in the past six years. Uncertainty after the trade war between China and the United States of America make Huawei to focus more on the Chinese market to keep sales stable.

It is interesting to find a retailer that entered into a partnership with Huawei can the national identity and brand as a National choice is appropriate for the face of the hostility of the American West in general the Chinese company. The company invests also in marketing to enhance the sales in the real world instead of relying only on online sales with the knowledge that this strategy is beginning to bear fruit, they began to attract clients for Oppo and Vivo.

The analyst added Mo Jia company Huawei also enjoy the advantage of 5G because it’s one of the few companies that can already offer devices supporting this new generation of cellular networks high-speed.

Seen the smart phone market in China in general decreased by 6% compared with the same period last year, making it the ninth quarter in a row that the decline in overall sales. So I suggested Canalys that the reason is that the consumers take longer to upgrade their devices. Customers are waiting also the launch of 5G in China before they decide whether it is worth the upgrade to a new smartphone or not.

It is expected that the launch of 5G business in China later this year to expect more in the next year, the year of expected transfer users in large numbers to smart phones and the newest of various large manufacturers.

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