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 […]
China’s ZTE overtook its rival Huawei as the biggest filer of international patent applications via WIPO in 2016 according to WIPO.
The total value of China’s top 100 brands grew by 6% to hit a record level of US$557.1 billion according to BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands by WPP and Kantar Millward Brown.
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.
The top three smartphone brands in September 2016 are Huawei (22%), Vivo (15%), and Oppo (13%) according to Dixintong, China’s largest mobile phone retailer.
The total value of the BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands has risen 13% to $525.6bn in the last year despite China’s slowing economic growth, according to the sixth annual ranking announced today by WPP and Millward Brown.
Despite continuous weak growth and even decline in smart phone sales in China, major domestic mobile phone manufacturers still set forth a “big leap” of shipping target. Huawei, Lenovo, Xiaomi and TCL etc. all set their phone sales amount at 100 million sets. Then after half a year, let’s take a look at where they […]
Tencent becomes the most valuable Chinese brand for the first time in the fifth annual BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands, followed by Alibaba and China Mobile.
Global smartphone shipments totaled 1.167 billion units in 2014, a YoY increase of 25.9%, with combined shipments of Chinese brands reaching 453.4 million units, 39% of the global shipments and representing six of the top ten smartphone brands worldwide according to TrendForce.
Samsung leads China’s smartphone market (23%) by total sales volume, followed by Xiaomi (21%) and iPhone (16%) during a five-month period ended in May 2014, reported by Kantar Worldpanel.
China smartphone shipments dropped for the first time after the consecutively growth of 7 quarters, according to MIIT (Ministry of Industrial and Information Technology), there were 607 new smartphone models in Q1 2014, dropping 9.5% YoY. The smartphone shipments were merely 100 million, dropping 24.7% YoY.
Since the launch of iPhone 5S/5C, according to Canalys, Apple surpassed Chinese manufacturers ZTE and MIUI to rank the fifth in China smartphone market in Q3 2013. Nicole Peng, Research Director of Canalys China, said that in Q3, iPhone shipment increased by 32% quarterly, the total market share reached 6%.