Huawei And Samsung Dominated The 5G Smartphone Market In The First Quarter Of 2020

According to The Korea Herald, Samsung is a global leader in shipments of 5G smartphones in the first three months of this year. Among the top 5 companies, only Samsung is not based in China.

Huawei And Samsung Dominated The 5G Smartphone Market In The First Quarter Of 2020
Huawei And Samsung Dominated The 5G Smartphone Market In The First Quarter Of 2020

According to The Korea Herald, Samsung is a global leader in shipments of 5G smartphones in the first three months of this year. Among the top 5 companies, only Samsung is not based in China.

The South Korean technology giant produced 8.3 million of the total 24.1 million units in the quarter. This corresponds to 34.1% market share.

Huawei came in second place with 8 million 5G phones shipped between January and March and offered a 33.2% share. Huawei had the advantage early last year with 6.9 million 5G phones, slightly ahead of Samsung with 6.7 million.

This was followed by Vivo and Xiaomi, who were also in a fierce battle with 2.9 and 2.5 million units, respectively. Oppo completes the top 5 ranking with 1.2 million 5G phones and 5% parts. All other players only manage 5% in combinations.