Chinese Smartphone Makers Giving Apple And Samsung Sleepless Nights - CCT News

Samsung's number one position when it comes to smartphone sales is under immense pressure, more than ever. Chinese handset makers appear to have found a way of taking the fight directly to the Korean company if a recent research finding by Gartner is ...

Chinese smartphone makers buck trend among rivals of falling sales - The National

Three Chinese vendors — Huawei, Oppo and BBK Communication Equipment — were the only smartphone vendors in the global top five to increase their sales and market share during the third quarter, according to Gartner. The three together accounted for ...

Gartner: Chinese smartphone vendors gain ground after Samsung Note7 withdrawl - ChannelLife NZ

Following on from Samsung's colossal Note7 fallout, new Gartner stats have provided a little more depth as to how its sales have affected the smartphone market. According to Gartner, overall shipments totaled 373 million units, a 5.4% increase. Samsung ...

Only Top Chinese Smartphone Vendors Mark Gains in Q3 2016 as both Samsung and Apple Tumble - Patently Apple

A newly published statistical report from Gartner this week noted that Worldwide sales of smartphones grew by 5.4 percent year over year. While that was positive news, it was only positive for the top Chinese smartphone vendors who reaped all of the ...

Smartphone Market Share: for how long can the big to hold on to the dominance? - Asian Tribune

Samsung and Apple, the pioneers of the smartphone industry, are losing the dominance of the market share, according to the data from the Gartner, which has been monitoring the trend. During the third quarter of this year, the fall has been significant ...

Chinese Smartphone Vendors Gain Market Share as Apple, Samsung Lose - 24/7 Wall St.

Worldwide smartphone sales in the third quarter of 2016 rose 5.4% year over year to 373.3 million units. Overall sales of mobile phones, however, dropped by 1.3% compared with the third quarter of last year. Samsung Electronics maintained its market ...

Sorry Apple, Samsung's Note 7 Loss Is China's Gain - PC Magazine

Turns out, Samsung's Note 7 disaster wasn't the boon for Apple many predicted it would be, at least not yet. According to new data from Gartner, Apple didn't benefit from Samsung's exploding smartphone gaffe, but three Chinese handset makers did.

Samsung flames out as Chinese march on - The Register

Samsung is paying the price for the Galaxy Note 7 disaster. The South Korean giant recorded its largest ever fall in global smartphone market share in Q3, Gartner reckons. “Samsung's smartphone sales in the third quarter of 2016 as a whole declined 14 ...

Apple iPhone beware: Huawei, Oppo, BBK are closing gap in smartphone sales - ZDNet

Against the growing strength of the Chinese, Apple has faltered and Samsung suffered its largest decline in sales on record in Q3 2016. Image: Gartner. Smartphone vendors have sold 373 million devices in the third quarter, 5.7 percent more than they ...

Chinese phone firms make big gains as Apple and Samsung suffer sales decline - Inquirer

CHINESE SMARTPHONE VENDORS made big gains in the third quarter of 2016, while Apple and Samsung saw smartphone sales slide. It's no surprise that Samsung's smartphone sales saw a dip in Q3 given that the firm was forced to bin the ...

Samsung with a record market share drop in Q3 thanks to the Note 7 recall - Phone Arena

The smartphone sales numbers for Q3 are in, and it has been an abysmal one for Samsung in terms of market share loss. The company's piece of the industry pie nosedived 14% compared to the same period last year, translating to 12 million less phones ...

Chinese manufacturers grew while Samsung struggles to hold on in terms of smartphone sales to end users - The Mobile Indian

In a recent survey by Gartner, Chinese vendors such as Huawei, Oppo and BBK Communication Equipment have up the game in terms of smartphone sales accounting about 21 percent of the smartphones sold to end users worldwide in Q3 2016. Samsung ...

China leads smartphone sales across globe; Samsung, Apple witness decline - Livemint

A surge of 5.4% in overall sale of smartphones across the world in the third quarter resulted in total sale of 373 million smartphones to end users. Photo: AFP. New Delhi: Sales of Samsung Electronics Co. smartphones dipped by 14.2% year-on-year ...

Chinese makers lead smartphone growth: survey - Phys.Org

Chinese manufacturers are driving growth in the smartphone market as sector leaders Samsung and Apple sputter, a survey showed Thursday. The survey by Gartner Inc. showed that in the third quarter, three Chinese vendors—Huawei, Oppo and BBK ...

Chinese smartphones are catching up to Apple and Samsung - Business Insider

For the past five years, the smartphone market has been dominated by two names: Samsung, and Apple. It's hard to overstate just how popular the Galaxy and iPhone products have been. Today, those two remain at the top. But there are some very apparent ...

Chinese smartphone vendors show sales gains as Apple, Samsung decline - Computerworld

Third-quarter smartphone sales showed strength by Chinese vendors but declines of 6% for Apple iPhones and 14% for Samsung smartphones over last year. Samsung's decline is unsurprising, given the furor over the overheated batteries in its Galaxy ...

Samsung and Apple's grip on smartphone market slips to less than one in three sales - Telegraph.co.uk

Samsung and Apple are slowly losing their duopolistic control of the smartphone market, with the world's two biggest manufacturers accounting for less than a third of all sales in recent months. Analysts at Gartner said that both companies had seen ...

Global smartphone sales spike as Samsung, Apple lose ground - gearburn

China's smartphone makers are slowly eating into Samsung and Apple's global market share, this according to a new report by Gartner. Globally, smartphone sales increased by 5.4% year-on-year, with 373.2-million devices sold. Leading this charge was ...

The Chinese smartphones are coming - MyBroadband

Gartner has released its smartphone sales figures for Q3 2016, which show that Samsung is still the top-selling smartphone brand in the world. While it maintained its first place, the company suffered a big decline in sales year-on-year – 14.2%.

Chinese smartphone manufacturers continue to close gap on rivals - RTE.ie

The ongoing rise of Chinese smartphone makers is continuing, with latest figures showing three manufacturers from that country accounted for over a fifth of smartphone sales between July and September. According to fresh data from research firm Gartner ...