Galaxy S10 sales are helping Samsung regain market share in China

Over the past three years, Samsung has seen its market share in China shrink drastically as local rivals such as Xiaomi and Huawei continued to grow. But thanks to the Galaxy S10’s release in March, the South Korean giant finally seems to be gaining traction again.

Samsung’s market share is at its highest level since Q1 2018
According to data released by market research firm Strategy Analytics (via Pulse News), Samsung shipped a total of 1 million smartphones in China between January and March. This may not seem like much, but it boosted the company’s market share to 1.1% for the quarter, …

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