According to the latest market survey conducted by AVANTI, a research division of TrendForce, both Samsung and Apple remain the most used smartphone brands among Chinese consumers. Xiaomi has notably managed to rise past HTC this time around, and is currently at fifth place. TrendForce believes Xiaomi’s smartphone sales will greatly affect China's domestic smartphone industry, and will exert the most impact on smartphone manufacturers such as Lenovo and ZTE, which produce similarly priced products.
According to the most recent survey conducted by AVANTI, a research division of TrendForce, the iPhone now leads Samsung in the "brand recognition" category by only 1%.
According to the recent data compiled by TrendForce, the smartphone shipment for the entire Q2 arrived at 221 million units, which is up 6.6% from Q1 and a 31.4% increase from the same period a year ago. For the entire 2013, the worldwide smartphone shipment is expected to rise by approximately 32% and end at 928 million units.
AVANTI, a research division of TrendForce, recently conducted a market survey aimed at measuring the Chinese consumers’ enthusiasm for and willingness to purchase the new HTC One.
The "Samsung Galaxy SIV China Market Report" from Avanti, a research division of TrendForce, reveals that Chinese consumers are closely following the Galaxy SIV's development and are highly interested in purchasing the device.