An uphill battle    Candidate registration    Saved by masks    Military vs political    Coming out of lockdown    Don't miss El Nafikha brass band's concert at the Opera House Fountain Theatre    Legends of the dance    Al-Kahila gallery is showing Sayed Saadeddin's paintings    WFP, South Sudan sign deal to implement agriculture master plan    Erdogan's assault on history    Erdogan, Trump agree to work more closely in Libya to ensure stability: Turkish presidency    Global methane emissions reach highest levels on record    6 people injured in massive fire at mazut pipeline on Cairo-Ismailia road    Court upholds Habib El-Adly's EGP 500 fine for public funds embezzlement    El Gouna sales increase 22.1% in Q2 of 2020: Orascom    Egypt prioritises health, infrastructure service development: Prime Minister    Oil diplomacy and the US presidential election: Reuters analysis    Moroccan 'revenge porn' victims smash taboos by speaking out    Sneijder latest top Dutch footballer considering comeback    Nine killed as fierce clashes continue on Azerbaijan-Armenia border    Belgium, once hard-hit, reports zero coronavirus deaths for first time since March    Egypt to launch 3-month presidential consumption stimulation initiative before July end    The IMF slashed its 2020 GDP forecast for the MENA region    Zaha speaks out after online racial abuse    Canal Sugar launches 1st phase of 181K feddan land reclamation plan    Egypt's ISDF aims to develop slums nationwide, with $627.8 mln investments    Int'l institutions pumped $3B new investments into Egypt within a month    Alphabet's Google offers data pledge to win EU approval for Fitbit buy    Huawei faces ban in UK, uncertainty swirls over timing, extent    Tottenham more tactical under Mourinho, says Davies    Churches in Cairo, Alexandria to remain closed until 3 August – official    Egypt records 931 new coronavirus cases, 77 deaths on Monday    Egypt's Ministers of Planning, Environment discuss green economy strategy    Real Madrid dig deep to beat Granada and march closer to title    Egypt's FM says concluding GERD talks without agreement is 'regrettable'    AU-sponsored GERD negotiations end fruitless with no    Homeland Defenders Party considers Mostaqbal Watan alliance return in Senate elections    Manchester City two-year UEFA ban lifted    Nelson Mandela's daughter Zindzi dies at 59    Ethiopia dam talks continue as consensus still unreachable    Venice Film Festival announces main features of 77th edition    Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan tests positive for COVID-19    Earliest Pyramid Texts on view at lesser-known Saqqara pyramids    Egypt's Mohamed Salah double keeps Liverpool on track for points record    Farwell to 74-year old Egyptian military production minister El-Assar    U.S. President Trump slams Washington Redskins as team re-evaluates name    Egypt reopens 5 museums, 8 archaeological sites and operates 171 international, domestic flights    Federation of Egyptian Banks denies funding GERD: eletreby    







Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.





Oppo Sales in China Reaches 18 Million Devices in Q2-2016
Published in Amwal Al Ghad on 18 - 09 - 2016

OPPO International, the leading company in the field of electronic devices and smartphones achieved a record sales volume in the Chinese market during the second quarter of 2016.
OPPO's smartphone sales in China – from the period between April and June 2016 – reached nearly 18 million units, compared to only 8 million units in the same period of last year, with a market share estimated at 16.2% compared to 7.6% last year. This contributed in OPPO reaching second place as the company with most sales, with a slight difference of only 1% from the lead, according to recent statistics conducted by IDC, the International Foundation for Consulting and Market Research.
OPPO is considered the company with the fastest growth rate over the last twelve months, with a growth rate reaching 124.1% by the end of June 2016.
Chinese market is the world's largest market in smartphones. It is witnessing a fierce competition among the major manufacturers of phones, such as Apple and Samsung.
Credit goes to the "F1 Plus" phone known in China as "R9" for these results, which achieved sales of over 7 million units since its launch in March. The company was selling one device per second. This phone managed to acquire the title of "The Bestselling Smartphone in China" last June.
Notably, OPPO occupies 4th place worldwide in smartphone sales in Q2 of 2016, with a market share of 5.4%, according to recent statistics by Gartner, a major marketing research institution.


Clic here to read the story from its source.