Xiaomi surpasses Apple, be ready Huawei


It’s not been piece of cake to grab position in the top spot in smartphone industry. In this contemporary era, smartphone brands have to be more competitive than past. Unlike 10 years ago, when there were limited options of phones in market with considerable prices but now we can find tens of smartphone models coming from single smartphone brand within a year. Actually increase in smartphone manufacturing made prices affordable as well as quality improvement.

Xiaomi is on its steady pace looking forward to be in top position. The multinational gigantic Xiaomi is pretty aware of user demands. User needs and demands are the goal of any such company to provide their users. Many other smartphone brands provide quite needs and demands to their customers; however, they make a mistake of unsuitable pricing strategy. Xiaomi is so much popular among new generations for its pricing strategy and quality smartphones.

Unexpectedly, China’s Xiaomi has outperformed Apple as the third greatest smartphone organization on the planet, the data was uncovered by International Data Corporation (IDC) in their smartphone shipment report of the third quarter (Q3) 2020.

South Korean monster Samsung has figured out how to keep its driving position unblemished and remains at top, reports Gizmo China.

It revealed that the quarter witnessed decline in smartphone shipments by 1.3 percent year-on-year, which is better than expected because of the on-going Covid-19 pandemic in which several countries were on lockdown for months.

Around 353.6 million smartphones were dispatched in the third quarter of 2020 from July to September. Prior, IDC had anticipated that there could be a decay of around 9 percent yet the real numbers are superior to anticipate.

According to the report, Samsung takes the shaft position with a 22.7 percent piece of the pie as the organization figured out how to transport 80.4 million units in Q3 2020. The shipments show a 2.9 percent development for the organization year-on-year.

Huawei has been positioned second with shipments of 51.9 million units, catching around 14.7 percent of the overall market. Unfortunately Huawei declined by a massive 22 percent due to US sanctions and lack of Google services.

While one Chinese market saw a decay, another saw colossal development. Xiaomi has surpassed Apple to turn into the third-biggest smartphone brand on the planet, with overall industry share of 13.1 percent and 46.5 million shipments. It saw a development of 42 percent, primarily on account of expanded interest for low-end and mid-range cell phones, particularly in non-industrial nations like India.

Apple and Vivo take the fourth and fifth positions with 11.8 percent and 8.9 percent market share, respectively. While Apple shipped 41.6 million units in Q3 2020, Chinese company Vivo shipped 31.5 million units.

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