The market in Western Europe speaks a clear language, the current Huawei smartphones without Google apps cannot inspire. In the meantime, the Chinese manufacturer’s crash has really gained momentum, and Huawei is giving up more and more market shares to the competition. This became particularly clear again in the third quarter of the year.
Huawei falls behind, Oppo in wait
Samsung has a narrow minus of about 7 percent and Apple a very small gain of 1.1 percent. The figures from the other manufacturers are clearer. Xiaomi was able to increase its sales by 151 percent compared to the same period of the previous year, Oppo even by a whopping 566 percent. The third Chinese in the league experiences the complete opposite, since Huawei has suffered a loss of almost 59 percent.
Huawei only sold 2.5 million units, Oppo now already 0.9 million. With the current numbers, the manufacturers will soon come closer and Oppo will overtake. It is actually only a matter of time if the political situation for Huawei does not change in the foreseeable future. In addition, the Honor sales will no longer be credited to Huawei in the future.