Oppo’s new flagship Find X3 PROOppo has taken the lead in being the first time
ever Chinese smartphone to be the best selling smartphone according to
Counterpoint Research figures. According to the figures there was Oppo managed
to capture 21 percent of the world market in January ahead of Vivo and Huwaei
both with 20 percent, followed by Apple and Xioami with 16 percent.

The reason for the lead is the year on year 26 percent sale of Oppo which
increased to 33 percent from previous month. It was also due to the successful
offering of Reno Series 5 at a lower price point Counterpoint states that led to
these increase.

But gain of one is loss for the other, and the toll of this burden has been
taken by Huwaei. Huwaei has been having a problem of market hold in China itself
and due to U.S sanctions causing components shortage their shift has been on
premium markets, this has led to Chinese distributors focus on other brands for
volume. Honor, Hwaei’s new series sales is also said to be affected in it’s
market share since it is now seen as competitor rather than an asset.

Huwaei’s share seems to decline throughout the 2021 even though the figure is
only for a month and Oppo is sure to capitalize through their new flagship
phone, Find X3 PRO, which is being announced on Thursday.

But gain of one is loss for the other, and the toll of this burden has been
taken by Huwaei. Huwaei has been having a problem of market hold in China itself
and due to U.S sanctions causing components shortage their shift has been on
premium markets, this has led to Chinese distributors focus on other brands for
volume. Honor, Hwaei’s new series sales is also said to be affected in it’s
market share since it is now seen as competitor rather than an asset.

Huwaei’s share seems to decline throughout the 2021 even though the figure is
only for a month and Oppo is sure to capitalize through their new flagship
phone, Find X3 PRO, which is being announced on Thursday.

But gain of one is loss for the other, and the toll of this burden has been
taken by Huwaei. Huwaei has been having a problem of market hold in China itself
and due to U.S sanctions causing components shortage their shift has been on
premium markets, this has led to Chinese distributors focus on other brands for
volume. Honor, Hwaei’s new series sales is also said to be affected in it’s
market share since it is now seen as competitor rather than an asset.

Huwaei’s share seems to decline throughout the 2021 even though the figure is
only for a month and Oppo is sure to capitalize through their new flagship
phone, Find X3 PRO, which is being announced on Thursday.