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 […]
Xiaomi shipped 33.3 million units smartphones in Q3 2018, a 20,4% growth year-on-year. That recorded approximately US$5.04 billion in revenue, an increase of 36.1% year-on-year. Xiaomi Mi 8 ranked 1st in terms of sales volume on Singles’ Day shopping festival 2018. Xiaomi smartphone shipments for Western Europe grew 386% year-on-year and ranked fourth in terms of smartphone […]
71 brands exceeded 100 million yuan (US$14.37 million) in GMV in the pre-sale period of Double 11. Among that, 15 brands came from Tmall apparel, i.e. Nike, Adidas, Puma, Lining, Converse, Anta, Fila, Skechers, New Balance, Underarmour, Uniqlo, Eifini, Only, Vero Moda, and Bosideng. The same figure was only 40 in last year’s Double 11.
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 […]
China’s smartphone market shipped 104.8 million units in Q2 2018, declined by 5.9% year-on-year. Shipment of all leading brands increased except for Apple, which dropped by 12.5%. Huawei and Vivo both saw high growth of 21.7% and 24.3% year-on-year, respectively. The top five smartphone vendors made up 86.9% of smartphone shipments in China. Huawei took the lead with […]
In Q2 2018, Xiaomi reported a high growth of 58.7% in smartphone revenues to 30.5 billion yuan (US$4.61 bn), accounting for roughly two-thirds of the total revenues. Smartphone sales volume reached 32.0 million units, up by 43.9% year-on-year. IoT and lifestyle products grew 104.3% year-on-year in revenues with the global sales volume of smart TVs grew over […]
Apple loses No.1 position in NPS ranking in China, replaced by Vivo. The decline of iPhone’s NPS was mostly because many users were still using its various older models – apparently, Apple had failed in encouraging them to upgrade to its latest models. iPhone X continued to be the top-selling device, making up 5.3% of […]
The emerging digital market is accelerating Chinese consumers’ consumption upgrading. Nowadays, Chinese consumers are more able to consume sensibly. Shopping is no more as easy as “just buy it”, according to a report from Accenture. Offline physical experiences become more important to Chinese consumers than ever. The appearance of a brick-and-mortar store greatly meets their […]
China’s smart devices saw a continued growth of 1.8% in active devices to 1.45 billion units in Q1 2018. iPhone still led this market. Android smartphones saw 900 million active users in Q1 2018 while Huawei overtook Oppo to have the highest retention rate. Smartphone shipments in China dropped by 16% in Q1 2018. Check […]
Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi, which is making debut in Europe, earned 4.4% of sales market share in five major European markets in Q1 2018, ranking No.4, according to latest smartphone OS data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Xiaomi filed an initial public offering (IPO) in Hong Kong on May 3, 2018, becoming the first technology corporation to use Hong Kong’s new rule, i.e. dual-class shares, for going public.
China smartphone sales reached 455.9 million units in 2017, an increase of 1.1%, according to data from Analysys. It forecasts the total smartphone sales will decrease to 437.99 million units in 2020.