OPPO beats Samsung in Q2 as top vendor in Southeast Asian smartphone market

OPPO edged out Samsung to become the top vendor with a 20.3 per cent market share, according to Counterpoint Research

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Overall, smartphone shipments in Southeast Asia dropped 22 per cent on-year to 24 million units in the second quarter

Samsung dropped to the second spot in the Southeast Asian smartphone market in the second quarter of the year, as Chinese brands expanded their presence with budget devices, a report said on Monday.
OPPO edged out Samsung to become the top vendor with a 20.3 per cent market share.
Samsung was the second-largest smartphone vendor in Southeast Asia with a market share of 19.5 per cent in the April-June period, according to industry tracker Counterpoint Research.

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First Published: Aug 31 2020 | 10:00 AM IST

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