中国传音手机领先非洲市场英语新闻

发布时间:2019年08月30日 阅读:28 次

Chinese Smartphone manufacturer Transsion has outpaced Samsung and Apple in African market as it leads in shipment terms in the second quarter of 2019, according to the latest study released by a global research firm.
 
一家国际研究公司公布的最新数据显示,2019年第二季度中国智能手机生产商传音在非洲市场的出货量超过三星和苹果。
 
The report of The International Data Corporation (IDC) shows Transsion (Tecno, Infinix, and Itel brands), Samsung and Huawei are the smartphone market's leaders in shipment terms in Q2 with respective market shares of 37.4 percent, 27.4 percent, and 8.7 percent.
 
However, the report says Samsung had the highest share by dollar value at 40.3 percent, followed Transsion (21.9 percent) and Huawei (12.2 percent).
 
"Samsung's dominant1 revenue position in the market is sustained through timely product launches across all African markets, particularly in relation to its A-Series devices, which are shipped in large volumes," says the report.
 
It says shipments of 4G-enabled smartphones increased 6.6 percent quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) in Q2 to account for 70.8 percent of the total smartphone market, spurred by the declining prices of LTE devices.
 
According to the report, the Africa mobile phone market declined 1.8 percent quarter on quarter (QoQ) in Q2 2019. Feature phones accounted for 58.3 percent of the market, with shipments declining 3.7 percent QoQ, while smartphone shipments increased 1.0 percent over the same period to account for 41.7 percent share.
 
"Feature phones remain an integral part of the African mobile phone market due to poor network infrastructure2 across large parts of the continent, particularly in rural areas, and the ease of use of these devices," said George Mbuthia, a research analyst3 at IDC.
 
"However, the transition to smartphones is continuing, albeit4 slowly, and the affordability5 of feature phones alone was not enough to stop this segment of the market declining in Q2 2019," he added.

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