London, UK (PRWEB) July 07, 2015
The shipment volume in China’s smartphone industry reached close to 94.4 million units in Q1 2015 (a 10.1% sequential decrease), with 273 models launched during the quarter. Shipping close to 14.2 million smartphones, Xiaomi topped Apple and reclaimed the throne of the country’s smartphone market for the 3-month period ended in March. Apple's novel iPhone sales lost some momentum in February but had picked up since March. All in all, the market is moving toward a higher level of concentration where the 10 leading vendors represent more than 90% of the shipments. Owing to the ongoing drop in shipments, AUX, Hisense and Bird had spitted from the top 15 rankings whilst ASUS made its way into the rankings for the first time due to its midrange models, Zenfones.
Comprehensive market research study “The Chinese Smartphone Industry, 1Q 2015” developed by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC) is now available at MarketPublishers.com
Title: The Chinese Smartphone Industry, 1Q 2015
Published: June, 2015
Price: US$ 2,800.00
The research publication presents an all-encompassing overview of the Chinese smartphone industry in Q1 2015. The study provides shipment volume of the domestic leading smartphone branded vendors, presents a break-down of shipment volume shares of each vendor based on chipset manufacturer, application processor (AP) model, ASP, camera pixel, panel size, resolution, and also 3G and 4G technologies. An analysis of the dominant chipset manufacturers' product range of smartphones sold within the country is included. The report provides a granular investigation of the competitive landscape of the major players in the market space.
Companies mentioned: Apple, Coolpad, ASUS, Leadcore, BBK, Doov, Gionee, Google, Hisense, HTC, Hisilicon, Huawei, Intel, Koobee, MediaTek, Lenovo, Marvell, Meizu, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Oppo, Samsung, TCL, Spreadtrum, Xiaomi and ZT.
More reports by the publisher can be found at MIC page.