Huawei topped with the highest retention rate of 21.2% while the iPhone scored 61.5% in loyalty. Smartphones priced below 3,000 yuan accounted for over 80% of sales volume in Q3 2018. JD.com took 52% share of the smartphone e-commerce market, followed by Tmall.com (24%). Huawei held the highest retention rate of 21.1% among Chinese smartphone users, meaning every […]
Regarding the top 5 smartphone brands in China, Huawei and Xiaomi attracted rather more married men users at the age of around 25-34. By comparison, Apple was much more appealing in the eyes of young women who haven’t married and earn less than 3k yuan a month. The top five smartphone vendors made up 87.7% […]
China shipped 102.7 million units smartphones in Q3 2018, a decline of 10.2% year-on-year. The top 5 vendors took over four-fifths of the market, Huawei’s the biggest player. Apple’s shipments dropped by 12.9% while still ranked second in terms of sales value.
The three leading smartphone brands – Huawei (excluding Honor), Xiaomi, and iPhone – kept winning more shares in urban China market as all grew their shares over a year ago, according to the Q3 data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. Xiaomi Mi 8 was the most popular handset model in Q3 2018. The next three models […]
Overall, male users accounted for 55% of the smartphone market while male users took 45% shares. Male users liked Huawei best while Apple was the apple of female’s eyes. Much more male users preferred Xiaomi and Samsung compared with Female users’ OPPO and Vivo. Huawei expanded its market in first-tier and new first-tier cities with shares […]
In Q1 2018, Apple App Store generated 22.4 billion yuan (US$3.49 bn) from China, up 29% over Q1 2017. Mobile gaming apps took the largest share of 79% in revenues, but only saw an 18% increase year-on-year, well off that of entertainment apps (138%). The total number of downloads reached 2.5 billion in Q1 2018, representing […]
The top smartphone brands in China are Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, Samsung and OPPO according to Tencent’s Penguin Intelligence research. The top internet/technology brands are Tencent, Alibaba, Baidu, and Jingdong (JD.com). Tencent’s research also revealed the top high-end automobile brands, led by Benz, BMW, and Audi. Chinese brands are mostly purchased among 86.1% consumers, followed by […]
China smartphone market declined 15.7% year-over-year (YoY) in Q4 2017 and 4.9% for the whole of 2017 according to IDC.
Leading smartphone brands have tightened their grip of urban China market. In the three months ending October 2017, the top five brands – Huawei (including sub-brand Honor), Xiaomi, Apple, Vivo and OPPO – made up 91% of smartphone sales in urban China, compared to 79% a year earlier, according to the latest smartphone OS data […]
In the ninth year of the world’s largest 24-hour shopping event, this year’s Tmall Double 11 2017 will showcase:
The total sales of smartphones in China reached 35.52 million units in April 2017, led by Huawei with 8.08 million units and 22.8% market share.
Top China smartphone brands Oppo and Vivo had the highest market share by total shipment volume while Honor and Xiaomi generated most online sales in January 2017.
China smartphone shipments were up 9% in Q4 2016 and 12% in 2016 according to Counterpoint. Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo (HOV) emerged as clear winners in 2016.
Interbrand recently released their 2016 ranking of the Global Top Brands; Apple ranks first with $178,119 million brand value, followed by Google, Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Toyota.
Apple and Xiaomi are found most relevant to the lives of China’s Gen-Y and Gen-Z consumers according to RTG Consulting Group.