Apple’s iPhone Is The Most Used Smartphones In China

The tech giant Apple’s iPhone was the best-selling smartphone in China since 2012, according to the reports of The Korean International Trade Association the tech giant Apple’s iPhone is currently leading the Chinese market.

As currently, more than 171 million units are actively in use, while in the second place Huawei is following the path with 132 million active units.



However, we all know that very well the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has recently won the title of the second-largest phone manufacturer in the world, of course, it means that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei simply managed to surpass the tech giant Apple and going after the South Korean giant Samsung. 



But, apart from all these things, it seems that the tech giant Apple has managed to surpass the same in its own market.

But, what about the other major players, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo won the third place in the chart with 124 million active units, accompanied by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo with 108 million active units achieved fourth place in the chart and the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi managed to win the fifth place with 68 million active devices.

However, the most interesting figure shown by the South Korean giant, of course, I am talking about Samsung, as the South Korean giant Samsung has managed to achieve the sixth place in the chart with 48 million active units.

Moreover, according to the reports cited by the source states that “Only 7.2 percent of Samsung phone owners repurchased Samsung products in the second quarter, far lower than 53.4 percent for iPhones and 25-26 percent for Oppo and Vivo. Samsung should regain customer confidence in its brand and establish a base of loyal customer again”.

So, it is now very clear that the tech giant Apple has managed to achieve the first place in the chart and currently, it has the base that is 3.5 times bigger than the South Korean giant Samsung’s in China.

So, what do you think about these figures? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

The tech giant Apple’s iPhone was the best-selling smartphone in China since 2012, according to the reports of The Korean International Trade Association the tech giant Apple’s iPhone is currently leading the Chinese market. As currently, more than 171 million units are actively in use, while in the second place Huawei is following the path with 132 million active units. However, we all know that very well the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has recently won the title of the second-largest phone manufacturer in the world, of course, it means that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei simply managed to surpass the tech giant Apple and going after the South Korean giant Samsung. But, apart from all these things, it seems that the tech giant Apple has managed to surpass the same in its own market. But, what about the other major players, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo won the third place in the chart with 124 million active units, accompanied by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo with 108 million active units achieved fourth place in the chart and the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi managed to win the fifth place with 68 million active devices. However, the most interesting figure shown by the South Korean giant, of course, I am talking about Samsung, as the South Korean giant Samsung has managed to achieve the sixth place in the chart with 48 million active units. Moreover, according to the reports cited by the source states that “Only 7.2 percent of Samsung phone owners repurchased Samsung products in the second quarter, far lower than 53.4 percent for iPhones and 25-26 percent for Oppo and Vivo. Samsung should regain customer confidence in its brand and establish a base of loyal customer again”. So, it is now very clear that the tech giant Apple has managed to achieve the first place in the chart and currently, it has the base that is 3.5 times bigger than the South Korean giant Samsung’s in China. So, what do you think about these figures? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

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