Sunday, September 28, 2008

China - handset sales

China market: Nearly 36 million GSM, CDMA handsets sold in 2Q

There were 35.95 million GSM and CDMA handsets sold in the China market in the second quarter of 2008, and Nokia, Samsung and Motorola were the top three vendors with a combined share of 66.0%, according to China-based consulting company Analysys International.

For CDMA models alone, Samsung was the largest vendor with a market share of 26.7%, followed by China-based Huawei Technologies with 25.3%, China-based ZTE with 16.1% and LG Electronics with 15.1%, Analysys indicated.

China market: Handset sales volume, 2Q08

Amount (million) Q/Q Y/Y

GSM 33.99 (13.4%) 5.4%
CDMA 1.96 (30.9%) (24.9%)
Aggregate 35.95 (14.6%) 3.2%

Source: Analysys, compiled by Digitimes, September 2008

China market: Vendor market share by sales volume , 2Q08

Vendor Share
Nokia 38.6%
Samsung 17.7%
Motorola 9.7%
K-Touch (Chinese) 7.8%
Lenovo (Chinese) 3.3%
Sony Ericsson 2.7%
LG Electronics 2.5%
Amoi (Chinese) 2.4%
Konka (Chinese) 2.3%
Gionee (Chinese) 2.1%
Ningbo Bird (Chinese) 1.9%
Haier (Chinese) 0.9%

Source: Analysys, compiled by Digitimes, September 2008

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