Another Chinese manufacturer in Europe surprised Huawei, the world’s largest smartphone maker, which surpassed Samsung last week with revenue for the second quarter of 2020.
According to the latest information, Huawi’s European deliveries decreased by about 100,000 units, about 17 percent compared to last year. Xiaomi, which made its name with its iPhone-like designs during its first release, increased its European shipments by 65 percent and reached 7.1 million units.
According to these results, Xiaomi has surpassed Huawei and become the 3rd largest smartphone manufacturer in the European market. Korean Samsung, on the other hand, retained its first place despite a decline of 31 percent. Apple increased its market share on the old continent to 21
At Huawei this fall, the new phones are in the upper segment class and high prices, as well as the closure of Google’s services after the US 5G network and discussions on national security are shown as prominent reasons.
It is stated that the unit portfolio’s portfolio is effective in the rapid growth of Xiaomi in Europe. In particular, the opinion that the Redmi Note 8 and 9 series is very popular and Apple got a similar output with the iPhone SE model, which was sold with a 479 euro label.