Counterpoint: 5G equipment sales in China account for 46% of the world's sales.
By Faye Beeson 2020-02-24 837 6
In addition, Counterpoint also posted a share of Chinese and overseas sales between China and major OEMs in the fourth quarter of 2019. Specifically, Honor domestic share is 70%, overseas share is 30%, Huawei domestic share is 58%, overseas share is 42%, Xiaomi domestic share is 24%, overseas share is 76%, there is also OnePlus, overseas share is as high as 79%, this has something to do with OnePlus ploughing overseas markets all the time. Apple's overseas share is 82%. China has reached 18%. Although realme has just returned to China, it still accounts for 6%. It is worth mentioning Samsung, China accounts for only 1%, and the remaining 99% are overseas.
Analysts at Counterpoint predict that the decline in the Chinese market and supply chain disruptions will lead to a 5 per cent decline in the global smartphone market as a result of the epidemic. Under the overall downward trend, demand is likely to pick up by the third quarter of 2020. 5G will boost the growth of the global smartphone market in 2020, but it is likely to remain the same for now. "
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