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This draft shows how bad things are for Apple and Samsung in a Chinese smartphone marketplace (AAPL)

Apple and Samsung are struggling to sojourn rival in a Chinese smartphone marketplace as internal players continue to dominate. According to information from CounterPoint Research, a smartphone marketplace in China grew by 3% between Apr and Jun 2017.

As we see in this draft from Statista, Chinese brands like Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi stretched their prevalence and now comment for 87% of a market. Samsung and Apple both mislaid ground.

The large leader continues to be Huawei, that saw demand for a Nova and P10 models continue to grow. The large crook is Samsung, that saw a share of a marketplace embellished to 3%. The battery issues with Samsung’s Galaxy 7 shop-worn a company’s reputation, and a midst tier phones faced tough foe from Chinese brands.

Chart of a Day 8/7Mike Nudelman / Business Insider

 

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