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iPhone dropped 15% and Samsung’s shipments fell by 60%.

 

Year over year, Apple’s market share fell from 12.3% to 10.1% and Samsung’s share fell from 8.6% to 3.3%.
Shipments of Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone dropped 15% year over year, and Samsung’s shipments fell by 60%.
In its segment, though, Apple absolutely dominates in market share, with five of the top 10 selling models.
The 4000 rmb and above segment mostly peaks during the Apple iPhone launch quarter and shrinks for the rest of the year.
Smartphone shipments in China fell 20% sequentially in the first quarter of 2017, while rising by a modest 4% year over year.

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Oppo smartphone shipments rose 19.5% and Vivo smartphone shipments rose 7.6%.

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By comparison, Oppo smartphone shipments rose 19.5% and Vivo smartphone shipments rose 7.6%.
Apple is in fourth place in the China smartphone market.
Apple has posted double-digit, year-over-year declines in China smartphone shipments for five straight quarters, she said.
The fifth-largest smartphone vendor in China is Xiaomi, another local vendor, with 9% market share during the first quarter.
Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone shipments in China tumbled in the first quarter as local rivals Huawei, Oppo and Vivo increased their share of the world’s largest smartphone market.

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25,700) segments were fastest growing segments, mainly driven by Huawei, Oppo and Vivo with strong offline plays,” added Neil Shah, Research Director at Counterpoint.
“Apple has not been able to grow at the same pace in this segment which has capped its total-addressable-market to over $600 (roughly Rs.
“The mid-tier $100-$199 (roughly Rs.
12,810) and $300-399 (roughly Rs.
Huawei regained the top spot this quarter surpassing Oppo, shipping higher volumes into the channels.

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