Global smartphone shipments Huawei is the first to take first place in China August 1 at 7:08 a.m.
The number of smartphones shipped worldwide in the three months to June decreased by 16% compared to the same period in the previous year due to the global economic downturn due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection. On the other hand, by manufacturer, Huawei, which has increased sales in China, was the first to take the lead.
According to idc, an American research firm, the number of smartphones shipped worldwide in the three months from April to June was 278.4 million.
This was a significant decline of 16% compared to the same period in the previous year, and IDC says the spread of the new coronavirus has exacerbated the global economy.
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Huawei, which has increased sales in China, took the top spot for the first time with 20%.
South Korea’s Samsung Electronics ranked second with 19.5%.
Apple in the U.S. was third with 13.5%.
The U.S. government has tightened its tighter on Huawei’s high-tech high-tech trade on China, and IDC has analyzed that “uncertainty in Huawei’s international market will continue.”