OMG…Apple and Samsung Are No Longer The World Largest Phone Maker

Apple and Samsung are two of the biggest rivals in the electronics that never stop innovating. Apple made pretty good revenue with its latest flagship iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. But its competitor is even about to win more as it looks forward to unveiling the Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9 Plus.

Apple and Samsung Are No Longer The World Largest Phone Maker

Apple and Samsung dethroned

According to Phonearena> ” Apple sold 77.3 million iPhones, against Samsung’s 74.4 million handsets. Granted, Samsung made about $30 of net profit per handset, while Apple makes $200+, but when it comes to topping the market share charts”. This is a pretty tough challenge. But it might even end up being a war of the Chinese electronics. Let us give you the statistics of which company came out as the winner.

For the very first time, the world welcomed a new and largest smartphones maker. As many of you guys know it, Chinese company have nothing to lose. They are working hard, watching the competition, expanding their market slowly and getting big brands fans and clients.But how? the fact is that they are playing their game.

Many Chinese smartphone manufacturers deliver the same product features like the big companies. What makes sense in their strategy is that they offer a cheaper and affordable price for all. In fact, some of them like the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 is more powerful than Some iPhone or Samsung Galaxy phones.

Apple and Samsung Are No Longer The World Largest Phone Maker

Above is the Counterpoints’ breakdown, and no company won over Chinese brands for Q4 2017 to now. And the Chinese new year is coming this month, which will even help these rising stars> Vivo, Huawei and Xiaomi drive more sales. The stats show Xiaomi widely ahead with 56%, Vivo with 36%, Oppo with 30% and Huawei with 10%. And Apple performing at the lowest with 0% while Samsung grabbed a small 3%.

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