According to the market research firm Strategy Analytics, Samsung has been successful in penetrating into China's smartphone market, with the selling of 12.5 million smartphones during the first quarter of 2013, which marks that Samsung breaks smartphone sales record in China.
It is reported that Samsung sold 30.06 million smartphones last year, which is a record annual sales haul for the firm. Samsung, with its powerful smartphones, seems to have captured people's eyes and hearts. The Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy Y, etc. have its magic attractions to people, compared to Apple's iPhone. And according to some reports, Samsung's Galaxy S4 has past 10 million channel sales within one month of launch. While more and more people hand the smartphones in hand, Samsung Galaxy S4 data recovery becomes a common problem and users are recommended to take some actions to better prevent data loss.
As is reported by The Korea Herald, the 12.5 million sales are up 2.2 percent from the last quarter of 2012 and make up 18.5 percent of China's smartphone market. The second best seller is China's Huawei with 8.1 million smartphone sold, the third is Lenovo with 7.9 million, fourth Coolpad with 7 million, fifth ZTE with 6.4 million. Apple can't squash in the top five best sellers in China and only ranks in the sixth place.
Samsung's industry is highly developing in many parts of the world. It is widely known that the Korea electronics giant has become the leading force behind Android. According to Strategy Analytics, Samsung has accounted for a dominant 95 percent share of all Android revenue.
China's smarthphone market is one of the biggest around the world. The consumers purchased 67.4 million smartphones from January to March, making up roughly 32 percent of all global shipments. And Android is the dominant platform in China. As of November 2012, it accounted for a huge 90 percent of smartphone in China.
Catching the intense sense of competition, Apple has also taken some actions. Apple's Greater China revenue climbed 8 percent per year to reach $8.2 billion in the second quarter of 2013, which represented 18.8 percent of Apple's total global revenue. The iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 4 are also popular among fans and if there is any need to recover deleted or lost data from those Apple devices, try iPhone Data Recovery to help you.comments powered by Disqus