Huawei, Samsung, Xiaomi and OPPO occupy more than 80% of the quad-camera smartphone market

Huawei, Samsung, Xiaomi and OPPO occupy more than 80% of the quad-camera smartphone market


Counterpoint Technology Market Research calculated that in the first quarter of this year smartphones equipped with a quad camera accounted for almost 20% of the total supply of smart cell phones.

Between January and March inclusive, it is estimated that nearly 60 million smartphones equipped with a quad camera were sold on the world market.

The Chinese OPPO is most actively promoting this hardware solution: according to the results of the first quarter of 2020, this company occupied 25.3% of the segment of devices with a quad camera.

In second place is another Chinese developer – Xiaomi with a share of 21.5%. Closes the top three South Korean giant Samsung with a score of 20.9%. Then comes Huawei – 15.3%.

Thus, the four leading suppliers together control approximately 83% of the global quad-camera smartphone market.

In fifth place is Realme, whose share is estimated at 8.7%. Then comes Vivo – 4.2%. All other suppliers together hold only about 4% of the global quad-camera market.

It is also noted that the spread of coronavirus will lead to the fact that by the end of this year, the global smartphone market will decline to the level of 2014. Shipments will slightly exceed 1.3 billion units, decreasing by 10% compared to last year.

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