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Eight out of 10 smartphones made in China
China is giving the Korean and Western mobile hardware brands a good kicking.
Beancounters at IC Insights predictably positioned Samsung and Apple on top of the smartphone manufacturer hierarchy but they were followed entirely by Chinese vendors.
Huawei came third, with 28.9 million units sold, still considerably behind Samsung with 81.5 million and Apple with 51.6 million. But OPPO exceeded its most optimistic expectations, leaping from eight place in 2015 to fourth, as it shipped 16.1 million affordable, mid-range Androids.
Xiaomi retained the fifth spot, Vivo went from tenth to sixth, Korean-based LG dropped a slot to 7, while ZTE, Lenovo, TCL, Meizu and Micromax were all in the top twelve. Absent was Sony, Microsoft, HTC, and Coolpad.
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