SA: Smartphone market surges 24% in Q1 2021, Huawei no longer in Top 5
The first quarter of 2020 saw the first COVID-19 lockdowns, greatly impacting the smartphone market away by wiping away a massive amount of shipments from the planning board. Just twelve months later the industry has managed to get back on its feet, with the latest reports revealing a 24% increase in global smartphone shipments.
According to Strategy Analytics, Samsung has kept its top spot in the first quarter of 2021, with a 32% increase in shipments on a yearly basis. Apple also increased its sales by 44%, retaining second place, but Xiaomi in third posted an even bigger increase and reduced the gap.
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Oppo and vivo complete the top 5 in that order. This means that Huawei drops out and has been relegated to the "Others" category, where sales declined 23%.
- 23 Apr 2021
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- 23 Apr 2021
This is what happened when the stupid Trump intervened and bullied other's business. There worse is he even like to force his useless allies to do the same to ones business.
- 22 Apr 2021
Android OEMs does the same thing. You buy $1000-$1500 and it gets abandoned in less than 2 years. Oh don't forget about the very poor resale value after a year