It’s only a matter of time for Huawei to catch up with Samsung. The market share gap is gradually narrowing.

The industry generally expects that Samsung is expected to maintain the number one position in the global smartphone market this year, but its market share gap with its rival Huawei is gradually narrowing. According to data from market research agency Strategy Analytics, Samsung shipped 291 million smartphones last year, accounting for 20.3% of the market. This year, Samsung is expected to ship 323 million smartphones, increasing its market share to 21.3%. At the same time, it is estimated that Huawei shipped 251 million units this year, accounting for 17.7% of the market, up from 14.4% last year.

he industry generally expects that Samsung is expected to maintain the number one position in the global smartphone market this year.

Market share gap with its rival Huawei is gradually narrowing. According to data from market research agency Strategy Analytics, Samsung shipped 291 million smartphones last year, accounting for 20.3% of the market. This year, Samsung is expected to ship 323 million smartphones, increasing its market share to 21.3%. At the same time, it is estimated that Huawei shipped 251 million units this year, accounting for 17.7% of the market, up from 14.4% last year.

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