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HOME > GLOBAL REPORT > Handsets/Mobile Device

:: The Chinese Smartphone Industry, 2Q 2016 ::

Published by MIC
Category Smart Phone
Date 2016-09-16
Page 53
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Abstract

This report presents a recent review of the Chinese smartphone industry in the second quarter of 2016, including shipment volume of major smartphone brands in China, breakdowns of each vendor's shipment volume share by chipset maker, application processor model, ASP, panel size, camera pixel, resolution, as well as 3G and 4G technologies. The report also examines major chipset makers' product mix for major smartphones available in China. The report finds that the Chinese smartphone industry's shipment volume reached around 129.2 million units in the second quarter of 2016, up 13.9% year on year, with a total number of 380 new models launched during the April-June period. By shipment volume, Huawei continued to lead the market with around 18.4 million units of smartphones. Oppo found itself as the second-biggest smartphone brand in China with over 15 million smartphones shipped in this quarter. Xiaomi fell to the third position, leading adead of Vivo by only a small margin. Meanwhile, Apple and Samusng stayed at fifth and sixth with around 8.3 million and 7.3 million units of smartphones, respectively. The top four vendors, namely Huawie, Oppo, Xiaomi, and Vivo, had collectively represented around 48% of the Chinese smartphone market in the second quarter of 2016.  

Companies covered

Apple, Coolpad, Gionee, Google, Hisilicon, Huawei, Intel, LeEco, Lenovo, MediaTek, Meizu, Microsoft, Oppo, Qualcomm, Samsung, Vivo, Xiaomi, ZTE