Samsung still dominates the world smartphone market in 2017. According to the report of market research firm three reasons why, the South Korean manufacturer is shipped 310 million smartphones last year, with a market share of 21.9 percent globally.
Meanwhile, Apple remained in second order. Exactly how many units of iPhone shipped Apple in 2017 not specified by the three reasons why. Just mentioned that the global market share of Apple reached 15.2 percent.
Apple itself in its financial statements mention that the iPhone sales as much as more than 215 million units last year, as summarized KompasTekno of Fortune, Thursday (15/2/2018).
Below Samsung and Apple, respectively, following Huawei with a market share of 10.8 percent, Oppo with 7.6 percent, Vivo with 6.6 percent, and Xiaomi with 6.4 percent.
Table six smartphone manufacturer of the world's largest in 2017 and forecast to 2018 from market research firm three reasons why.
“In 2017, Oppo and Vivo again showed significant growth in terms of volume of production, respectively by 13 percent and 17 percent,” said three reasons why in its report.
Next, three reasons why estimating the market of smartphones in 2018 will only experience a growth of 2.8 percent, down from the previous estimate of 5 percent.
Numbers of smartphone shipments Samsung is expected to decrease 5 percent to 300 million units in 2018, with a market share of 20.3%.
On the contrary, shipments of Apple's estimated will rise in 2018 as it plans to expand to India and is rumored to be re-introduced three models of the new iPhone.