As of June Oppo is the leading smartphone brand in China with 23% market share, followed by Huawei with 17.4% and Vivo with 12%. Apple's share in China has shrunk to 2014 levels at 9% share, and Xiaomi is in a tree-year low with 6.8%.
What's even more interesting is the Oppo's growth since June 2014. Back in 2014 Oppo was responsible for less than 2% of the smartphones sold in China. By June 2015 Oppo's share has grown up to 6.1%, and now it's up to a historic high at 22.9%.
The Oppo R9, sold elsewhere as Oppo F1 Plus, is the best-selling device in June (5% market share). Oppo will be launching the F1s very soon and it expects to expand its market share even more in August.
biggest threat to this company is the midranger p9 lite with no otg! dumb idea
true hardware + unique software + innovative idea that's oppo & one plus one (same to same)
they still believe specs are selling point rather than service and product quality