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Kantar Worldpanel Comtech smartphone OS market share

Explore the latest global smartphone OS market share data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech

Kantar Worldpanel Comtech smartphone OS market share dataviz
Leaders consolidate position in China smartphone market

Huawei loses momentum in growth: together with its sub-brand Honor, Huawei held a 31.1% share; OPPO, Vivo and Apple realize sizable share gains.

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Xiaomi regains market share in China

Redmi Note 4X boosts Xiaomi’s rally in urban China.

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iPhone regains market share in urban China

Apple posts a strong period-on-period gain in urban China, but this is another period of year-on-year decline that began during the three months ending February 2016.

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OPPO loses market share for first time

OPPO’s share is only 11.3% in first quarter of 2017. About 30% of smartphone users in urban China plan to buy Huawei as their next phone.

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Lauren Guenveur is Global Mobile Analyst at Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

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Yaguang Liang is Consumer Insight Director of Kantar Worldpanel ComTech China.

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Stefan Kuegler is Director of Mobile and Online Research at Lightspeed GMI.

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