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For the first time in five years, the iPhone wasn't the top selling smartphone in China - Phone Arena

For the first time in five years, the iPhone wasn't the top selling smartphone in ChinaPhone ArenaExpanding iPhone sales in India has suddenly become a major priority for Apple. That is because sales of the handset are slipping in China. According to a new report from Counterpoint Research, Apple did not have the best selling smartphone in the ...and more »

China brands take over India's smartphone market - TODAYonline;

China brands take over India's smartphone market - TODAYonline

TODAYonlineChina brands take over India's smartphone marketTODAYonlineBEIJING — Chinese smartphone vendors have taken four of the top five places in India sales, using competitive prices and successful branding strategies to expand rapidly in a market that is now the world's third-largest and which has big growth potential.and more »

Apple iPhone loses No. 1 spot in China for the 1st time in 5 yrs - Moneycontrol.com;

Apple iPhone loses No. 1 spot in China for the 1st time in 5 yrs - Moneycontrol.com

Moneycontrol.comApple iPhone loses No. 1 spot in China for the 1st time in 5 yrsMoneycontrol.comThe iPhone 6s sold 12 million units in 2016 or around 2 percent of all phones sold in China, behind the Oppo R9 – the flagship smartphone of the Chinese brand Oppo Electronics – which sold close to 17 million units, capturing 4 percent market share ...and more »

Apple iPhone Loses No. 1 Position In China Smartphone Market - Investor's Business Daily;

Apple iPhone Loses No. 1 Position In China Smartphone Market - Investor's Business Daily

Investor's Business DailyApple iPhone Loses No. 1 Position In China Smartphone MarketInvestor's Business DailyFor the first time in five years, Apple no longer has the top-selling smartphone in China, according to a report Friday from Counterpoint Research. (chingyunsong/Shutterstock). PATRICK SEITZ; 1/27/2017. Facebook · LinkedIn · Print · Twitter · Share ...and more »

Apple's iPhone Loses Grip on Chinese Market (AAPL, GOOG) - Investopedia;

Apple's iPhone Loses Grip on Chinese Market (AAPL, GOOG) - Investopedia

InvestopediaApple's iPhone Loses Grip on Chinese Market (AAPL, GOOG)InvestopediaAccording to new figures from Counterpoint Research's Market Monitor service, the Cupertino, Calif.-based company suffered a double whammy in smartphone sales in China last quarter. China is an important market for Apple and one that the company's ...and more »

India's 2016 Smartphone Sales Top 46 Million; Apple Settles for 2.5 Million - 24/7 Wall St.;

India's 2016 Smartphone Sales Top 46 Million; Apple Settles for 2.5 Million - 24/7 Wall St.

24/7 Wall St.India's 2016 Smartphone Sales Top 46 Million; Apple Settles for 2.5 Million24/7 Wall St.India is the world's second-largest country and the largest where a large proportion of its population has yet to acquire smartphones. The installed user base is reported to top 300 million, but that still leaves another billion or so potential ...and more »

Apple's iPhone Plunges To A Distant Second In Chinese Smartphone Market - ETF Daily News (blog);

Apple's iPhone Plunges To A Distant Second In Chinese Smartphone Market - ETF Daily News (blog)

ETF Daily News (blog)Apple's iPhone Plunges To A Distant Second In Chinese Smartphone MarketETF Daily News (blog)Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) no longer has the top-selling smartphone in China, marking the first time it's lost the top spot in nearly five years. The development makes Apple “vulnerable” in the world's second largest economy, said analysts at ...and more »

Oppo's Best Selling Series, the R9, Has Sold more than 20 Million Units And is Still Selling - The Droid Review (blog)

Oppo's Best Selling Series, the R9, Has Sold more than 20 Million Units And is Still SellingThe Droid Review (blog)Whilst other manufacturer are jubilating over the selling of a bit over 20 million units for 2016, Oppo have just revealed that their much loved Oppo R9 series has just crossed the 20 million units mark and the number is still rising as smartphone ...and more »

Apple iPhone toppled by local rival in China - RT;

Apple iPhone toppled by local rival in China - RT

RTApple iPhone toppled by local rival in ChinaRTAfter five years on top, Apple's iPhone is no longer the best-selling smartphone in China, according to research from Counterpoint's Market Monitor. Last year, the Cupertino-based technology giant sold 12 million units, capturing just two percent of ...and more »

Comment: Sales figures show importance of India as a growth market as Apple leads premium segment - 9 to 5 Mac;

Comment: Sales figures show importance of India as a growth market as Apple leads premium segment - 9 to 5 Mac

9 to 5 MacComment: Sales figures show importance of India as a growth market as Apple leads premium segment9 to 5 MacIf you were in any doubt why Apple was going to so much trouble to deepen its foothold in India, new figures from Counterpoint Research provide the answer. While the global smartphone market grew only 3% last year, smartphone shipments in India grew by ...and more »

Apple Has Sold 2.5 Million iPhones In India In 2016, Making It The King Of Premium Smartphones - MensXP.com;

Apple Has Sold 2.5 Million iPhones In India In 2016, Making It The King Of Premium Smartphones - MensXP.com

MensXP.comApple Has Sold 2.5 Million iPhones In India In 2016, Making It The King Of Premium SmartphonesMensXP.comApple is winning the slow and steady race in India to gain a considerable market share in the second fastest economy for smartphones. Apple managed to sell 2.5 million iPhones in 2016 and while many might think these are baby steps in India, it cannot ...and more »

Apple shipped a record 2.5 million units in India during 2016 - The Indian Express

Apple shipped a record 2.5 million units in India during 2016The Indian ExpressApple's global revenues might be shrinking with a lowered demand for its devices, but the Cupertino based tech behemoth has able to sell a lot of its iPhones in India in 2016. According to a report from Counterpoint research, the company was able to ...and more »

Apple takes baby steps in India, selling 2.5M iPhones in 2016 - CNET;

Apple takes baby steps in India, selling 2.5M iPhones in 2016 - CNET

CNETApple takes baby steps in India, selling 2.5M iPhones in 2016CNETApple is slowly succeeding at carving out a slice of India's growing smartphone pie, selling 2.5 million iPhones in 2016, according to Counterpoint Research. Many of these sales came from the iPhone 7's launch in the fourth quarter. Apple came in at ...and more »

Apple leads premium smartphone market in India for Q4 2016 - Alive For Football;

Apple leads premium smartphone market in India for Q4 2016 - Alive For Football

Alive For FootballApple leads premium smartphone market in India for Q4 2016Alive For FootballCompared to the same period in 2015, market share in India controlled by Chinese smartphone brands has risen 65 percent. Other brands that were pushed out from the top five in the last quarter of 2016 were Lenovo and Xiaomi. However, Apple's market ...and more »

Apple Sets iPhone Sales Record In India - Ubergizmo;

Apple Sets iPhone Sales Record In India - Ubergizmo

UbergizmoApple Sets iPhone Sales Record In IndiaUbergizmoApple has made no secret of the fact that it sees tremendous growth potential in both India and China which is why it has been particularly focusing on these markets to drive smartphone growth as demand slows down in other markets across the globe.and more »

Apple shipped 2.5M iPhones in India in 2016 - GSMArena.com;

Apple shipped 2.5M iPhones in India in 2016 - GSMArena.com

GSMArena.comApple shipped 2.5M iPhones in India in 2016GSMArena.comApple set a record for biggest amount of sold iPhones in India for 2016 with 2.5 million units, according to Counterpoint research data. In Q4 the company sold 62% of all the “premium” devices in India with price over $450 thanks to the iPhone 7 launch.and more »

Apple ships 2.5M iPhones in India during 2016, boosted by iPhone 7 release - AppleInsider (press release) (blog);

Apple ships 2.5M iPhones in India during 2016, boosted by iPhone 7 release - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

AppleInsider (press release) (blog)Apple ships 2.5M iPhones in India during 2016, boosted by iPhone 7 releaseAppleInsider (press release) (blog)Apple shipped 2.5 million iPhones in India during the whole of 2016 —a third of those in the fourth quarter, when the iPhone 7 launched in the country, according to Counterpoint research data released this week. While that was a record for Apple, in ...and more »

IHS: These Companies Sold Most Smartphones In China In 2016 - Android Headlines;

IHS: These Companies Sold Most Smartphones In China In 2016 - Android Headlines

Android HeadlinesIHS: These Companies Sold Most Smartphones In China In 2016Android HeadlinesIHS Technology has just released some smartphone shipments info for the top 10 Chinese smartphone manufacturers. This list is actually quite similar to the list that was released in July for the first half of 2016, and the top three companies remain ...and more »

Micromax, Intex, Reliance Jio lose market-share to Chinese players - Zee Business;

Micromax, Intex, Reliance Jio lose market-share to Chinese players - Zee Business

Zee BusinessMicromax, Intex, Reliance Jio lose market-share to Chinese playersZee BusinessVivo India CEO Kent Cheng launches "Vivo V 5 Plus" in New Delhi, on Jan 23, 2017. Photo: IANS. By ZeeBiz WebTeam. Updated: Thu, Jan 26, 2017 02:34 pm. Mumbai, ZeeBiz WebDesk. Twitter · Facebook · GPlus. RELATED NEWS. Make in India: 75% of ...and more »

Make in India: 75% of smartphones sold in India since September 2016 were made locally - Zee Business;

Make in India: 75% of smartphones sold in India since September 2016 were made locally - Zee Business

Zee BusinessMake in India: 75% of smartphones sold in India since September 2016 were made locallyZee BusinessTechnology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad with Huawei India CEO Jay Chen and others during a programme organised to announce Huawei-Flex collaboration to manufacture smartphones in India, in New Delhi on Sept 23, 2016. Photo: IANS. By ZeeBiz ...and more »