Samsung drops to 2nd spot in Southeast Asian smartphone market in Q2


Seoul, August 31

Samsung dropped to the second spot within the Southeast Asian smartphone market within the second quarter of the yr, as Chinese manufacturers expanded their presence with funds gadgets, a report mentioned on Monday.

OPPO edged out Samsung to develop into the highest vendor with a 20.three per cent market share.

Samsung was the second-largest smartphone vendor in Southeast Asia with a market share of 19.5 per cent within the April-June interval, based on business tracker Counterpoint Research.

OPPO edged out Samsung to develop into the highest vendor with a 20.three per cent market share.

Chinese cellphone makers took 4 of the highest 5 spots. Vivo got here in third with 17.9 per cent, adopted by Xiaomi with 14 per cent and Realme with 12.eight per cent.

Samsung first gave up its prime vendor place within the Southeast Asian market to OPPO within the fourth quarter of 2019.

The South Korean tech titan recaptured the main standing within the first quarter of this yr with a 18.9 p.c market share, which was 0.2 proportion level increased than OPPO, stories Yonhap information company.

The report mentioned Samsung’s battle got here as extra Southeast Asian shoppers opted to purchase funds smartphones amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Overall, smartphone shipments in Southeast Asia dropped 22 per cent on-year to 24 million models within the second quarter. — IANS



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