Huawei Holds On to China Smartphone Crown
Oppo gained ground on Huawei in the Chinese smartphone market during the third quarter, as the former tried to regain the title of top dog in the world’s largest market, according to new data released on Monday.
At the same time, U.S. giant Apple Inc. recaptured some ground, ending nearly two years of decline in a market that accounts for about a fifth of its global sales. And Xiaomi Inc. continued its own climb back up through the ranks of China’s top smartphone brands, posting the strongest gains of any major player in its fledgling turnaround story.
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