In the first half of 2020, Huawei overtook its rivals to become the world’s largest smartphone exporter, according to a statement.
In the last 9 years, Samsung and Apple took turns, with 55.8 million smartphones shipped this year, topping the list, according to Canalys in the second quarter of 2020.
After the second quarter of 2020 Samsung has overtaken by Huawei for the first time of its place, the world’s largest smartphone exporter for the past two years. According to the report released by Canalys in the second quarter of 2020, Huawei shipped 55.8 million smartphones in the second quarter of 2020. Samsung has 53.7 million, Apple has between 40 million and 45 million, Xiaomi has 28.8 million, and 25.8 million from OPPO. Photo Source https://bit.ly/3iiIKTb
In addition, Huawei shipped 49 million smartphones in the first quarter of 2020, and become the largest smartphone exporter by 2020 after the result of the second quarter. Globally, the smartphone shipment of Huawei fell another 5 percent last year while Samsung was down 30 percent.
In the second quarter of 2020, the smartphone shipment of Huawei (Outside of Mainland China) fell another 27% last year but sales in mainland China rose to 8% and Huawei now accounts for more than 70% of the total smartphone market share in mainland China, with revenue growing by more than 13%. Photo Source https://bit.ly/3iiIKTb
Despite being listed on the US Entity List last year and the global recession following the Covid-19 after the recession, Huawei was able to recover rapidly in a year, retaining a foothold in mainland China and retaining market share in some European markets. Huawei Mobile Services and App Gallery, which are currently used in Huawei phones, achieved significant results in a short period of time, making Huawei the world’s largest smartphone maker and exporter.