A staggering 87% of all smartphones sold in China in Q2, 2017, came from Chinese makers, leaving Apple and Samsung with the rest.
China’s smartphone sales grew in 2016 by 12% year-over-year, driving record volumes for local players. OPPO experienced a massive 109% growth, its BBK-owned sibling vivo 78%, Gionee and Huawei 21%, and Meizu 18%, according to data from Counterpoint Research.
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