Xiaomi has maintained its top position in the Chinese smartphone market in the first quarter. According to a tweet (which cites a report from research firm IHS Technology) sent out by the company's India head, the company sold 14.2 million of the 99 million devices sold in the country in Q1.
This translates into 14% market share for the five year old company. Huawei and Apple followed with 11% share each, while Samsung and Vivo rounded up the top five with 10 and 9% market share, respectively.Via
He may need a brain before it can get overloaded. It's refreshing to see someone on this site who actually understands something about the world economy.
hurry up HUAWEI, you claimed you are the best. show the world.
Because that's where the purchasing power is. North America and Europe combined have only about 15% of the world's population but 53% of the world's wealth (and 45% of world GDP). Asia does have the majority of the world's population @ 52% but ...