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Half of the mobiles sold on the planet at the end of the year will be from China


According to experts, 1 in 2 phones sold will be Chinese before the end of the year.

Made in China is no longer scary.

Years ago buying a Chinese phone was not only playing the lottery but directly quite a risky bet.

Fairly fair quality materials, poorly assembled components and worst of all, no support from the brand.

Now, firms like Xiaomi, Realme and many others have shown that Chinese phones can also be of quality and are now practically the most popular phones of the moment.

So much so that half of the mobiles sold at the end of this year will be from Chinese marches... or so the experts say.

Chinese phones remain unstoppable and already account for almost half of sales

Smartphone sales

The Chinese phones more and more frequent in the world market

As we read in GizChina, Chinese phone sales don't stop.

Although everyone likes high-end devices like Samsung, iPhone and the like, at the moment of truth the ones that really rule the market (at least in terms of general sales volume) are Chinese smartphones.

OPPO, realme, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Vivo, Huawei among many others are very successful companies in the mobile phone market.

Its presence is increasing to the point that according to analysts, During the fourth quarter of 2020, 50% of the phones sold will be from China.

That is, 1 out of every 2 terminals.

If we take into account the data for the third quarter, Samsung maintains the lead with an increase in sales of 47% compared to the previous quarter.

The rest of the firms present in the top sales - in addition to Apple - are Chinese and we find companies such as Huawei, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo and realme leading the world market.

In conclusion, buying a Chinese phone today is not risky at all. These brands have shown that terminals can be manufactured with an unbeatable value for money and of course, that it is not necessary to spend more than 1,000 euros to have an incredible smartphone.

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