Samsung: Its smartphone sales have dropped by 60% in China!

Techno 9 May, 2017

Samsung galley in China! Its first quarter sales fell by 60% compared to last year. Huawei can welcome this.
Apple, which was sold off by Apple in late 2016, has quickly regained its leading position in the smartphone market. The South Korean giant reached 26.1% market share in the first quarter of 2017, 10 More than its American rival. Worldwide, Samsung is therefore in a favorable position … But this is not the case in China, where its sales are in free fall. According to information collected by The Investor, Samsung sold 60% fewer smartphones in the first three months of 2017 than in the same period of 2016 . Admit it’s not nothing! And during that time, Huawei rubbed his hands.
As meltyStyle recently entrusted it, Huawei has again become number one in the Chinese market . The manufacturer is followed by Oppo and Vivo, who form a trio of difficult to catch up by the competition. Result Samsung suffers, and shows a significant decline at the beginning of the year, while its business runs in Korea, Europe and the States. According to The Investor , its market share increased from 8.6% to 3.3% in China. This is critical! But maybe it will manage to reverse the trend with its Galaxy S8, which is already a success. Be Online on meltyStyle to see how the market is changing. Amazed by these numbers?