Huawei has managed to outsell Samsung and become top smartphone vendor in Poland in April, according to market data from GfK.
In March, Huawei held a 30% market share in Poland, sitting just behind Samsung's 32.3%.
There are currently no specific sales numbers to put Huawei's April performance in better perspective, but it certainly bodes well for the company that aims to overtake Apple for the number two spot globally.
Samsung is still the market leader in Europe and the World but if Huawei and Xiaomi maintain their upwards trajectories things might look differently in a couple of years.
Huawei's number one in Finland too, don't try to tell me Finland's a "relatively poor" country.
Polish guy here and I'm happy to see this news since I'm considering getting a Huawei myself. Since the time of the Note4 (which I still love, use & consider the best phone ever made to date), Samsung has indeed been sitting way too comfortabl...
yeah, its low if you look at typical euro using country, but lets say, someone earns 1500euro in euro country and for example loaf of bread costs 1.5euro, in Poland we earn those 500 but bread costs about 0.4euro per loaf (just an example), thats why...