9 of the top twelve smartphone manufacturers in the world are in China

9 of the top twelve smartphone manufacturers in the world are in China
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9 of the top twelve smartphone manufacturers in the world are in China


A Huawei franchise store is seen on June 18, 2018, in Wuhan, Hubei Province, central China.
As the 2017 ranking of the top smartphone leaders in the unit shipments, nine of the top twelve smartphone suppliers in the world where headquartered in China including Huawei, OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi.

According to the ranking released by the world semiconductor marketing research firm IC Insights based in Arizona, the other 3 suppliers are of South Korean Corporation, Samsung and LG, and the United States of America, one of the applets.

Huawei, OPPO, Vivo, and Chemo are only four out of the top twelve firms, which register two-digit unit growth. Out of these firms, Xiamami has the highest seventy-three% rate. Meanwhile, another 3 Chinese suppliers - Leco / Coolpad, ZTE, and TCL - saw a decline of 20% in their smartphone shipments last year.

As per the information is given in the ranking list, 9 leading smartphone suppliers located in China sent 626 million smartphones in 2017, an increase of 565 million smartphones by eleven percent, these 9 firms were sent in 2016 and the highest 9 Chinese smartphone Suppliers reached forty-two percent of the world smartphone market in 2017, up to eighteen percent in 2016 and more than twenty-four percent in 2015.

However, the ranking report says that Samsung and Apple still hold the commanding shares of the high-end smartphones segment - the smartphone is worth more than $ 200.

IC insights are hoped that this year smartphone shipments will increase from 2% to 1.53 billion units, and smartphone unit shipments are expected to increase in annual rates of single digit through 2021.

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