Oppo surpasses Huawei to lead Chinese cell phone market for the first time

Oppo has become the best-selling cell phone brand in China unexpectedly, as indicated by figures from Counterpoint Research. Counterpoint’s report says that Oppo managed to capture 21% of the world’s greatest cell phone market in January, in front of Vivo and Huawei, which both accomplished 20%. Apple and Xiaomi balanced the top five with 16 percent each.

Oppo’s sales were up 26% year on year and expanded 33% from the earlier month. Counterpoint says that the new Reno 5 series had a successful launch because of offering better specs at a lower price point than the previous Reno 4.

However, for Oppo to acquire market share, somebody needs to lose it, and the report shows that Huawei’s cell phone inconveniences are taking hold in China as well. Counterpoint says Huawei has expanded its focus on the premium market due to part deficiencies brought about by US sanctions, so Chinese distributors have been focusing on different brands for volume. Huawei’s sale of Honor, which was additionally started by sanctions, will cut its market share down further, with Honor presently thought to be a competitor rather than a resource.

These figures are only for one month, yet Counterpoint expects Huawei’s share of the market to proceed with its decay all through 2021. Oppo will hope to profit by the chance with the launch of its most recent flagship phone, the Find X3 Pro, which is being reported in full on Thursday. In the event that you want an early look, the organization just tweeted a teaser that doesn’t leave a whole lot to the imagination.

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