Oppo tops Chinese smartphone market in Q3, vivo claims second spot

According to data shared by IHS Research analyst Kevin Wang, Oppo has dethroned Huawei to become the top smartphone player in China. The former sold 22 million smartphone units in the third quarter, compared to 18 million by the latter.
Not only Oppo, vivo also surpassed Huawei, recording a total of 19 million units in sales in Q3.

It’s worth mentioning that Huawei had sold a total of 32 million units in Q2, so that’s quite a sharp drop.
Moving on, the fourth and fifth spots were claimed by Xiaomi and Apple – while the former sold 12 million units, the Cupertino-based company recorded a total of 11 million units in sales in the quarter.

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