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Huawei is Biting Samsung and Apple's Pancake

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the second quarter, Huawei was the third largest smartphone maker in the world, as its smartphone market share rose to 6.9% from 4.3% a year earlier. While it still trailed Samsung and Apple by a larger margin, the gap between Huawei and the two market leaders narrowed. Samsung's market share dropped to 25% from 32% a year earlier, while Apple's share fell slightly to 12% from

Huawei is Biting Samsung and Apple's Pancake

By ray chen | 6 years ago

Huawei is Biting Samsung and Apple's Pancake

Huawei is Biting Samsung and Apple's Pancake

the second quarter, Huawei was the third largest smartphone maker in the world, as its smartphone market share rose to 6.9% from 4.3% a year earlier. While it still trailed Samsung and Apple by a larger margin, the gap between Huawei and the two market leaders narrowed. Samsung's market share dropped to 25% from 32% a year earlier, while Apple's share fell slightly to 12% from

ray chen | 6 years ago

Huawei is Biting Samsung and Apple's Pancake

Huawei Technologies and Lenovo Group gained market share at the expense of Samsung Electronics in the second quarter, according to the latest data released by research firm IDC.

Ray Chen | 6 years ago

Huawei is Biting Samsung and Apple's Pancake

the second quarter, Huawei was the third largest smartphone maker in the world, as its smartphone market share rose to 6.9% from 4.3% a year earlier. While it still trailed Samsung and Apple by a larger margin, the gap between Huawei and the two market leaders narrowed. Samsung's market share dropped to 25% from 32% a year earlier, while Apple's share fell slightly to 12% from

ray chen | 6 years ago

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