CounterPoint’s market analysts showed their analysis of the past few months and things are not looking good for Huawei. In turn, Samsung and Xiaomi are growing.
With Huawei’s situation getting worse, consumers are looking to other manufacturers as a better option. Xiaomi and Samsung grew in CounterPoint’s analysis, while Huawei had a hard fall.
Xiaomi was the one that rose the most, Samsung soon after
This chart shows us the global smartphone market share. On the left side we have the April 2020 quotas, on the other side of August.
We can see that a growth of 3 percentage points from Xiaomi. A considerable climb. This is due to the strong investment in Europe and Asia. If in China, for example, Xiaomi is already one of the most respected brands, it is increasingly gaining prominence in the European continent.
Samsung also rose 2 percentage points. Samsung is one of the most viable alternatives for most consumers who loved Huawei.
Recently, Samsung has invested heavily in intermediate smartphones and has shown that it should also be taken into account. Even when it’s not about high-end smartphones.
Huawei had a hard fall
Huawei had a sharp drop of 5 percentage points. An expected drop, but sad to see. This is because Huawei was on a fantastic path and only this US ban made it slow down in sales. Still, we have to value the brand by not giving up.
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