We reported about Nokia Android smartphones selling around 438,000 units online in China last year. Now we have some information from Taiwan market. As per a report from Digitimes, the data compiled by local retail channels gives 3.2% market share to Nokia Smartphones for the month of December.
Nevertheless, Apple remained the top vendor in the local market with a 30.6% share in terms of sales volume. Samsung Electronics ranked second with a 17.5% share, followed by Asustek Computer’s 9.2%, Oppo’s 8.6%, Sony Mobile Communications’ 7.5%, HTC’s 7.4%, HMD Global’s (Nokia) 3.2%, Huawei’s 2.7%, Xiaomi Technology’s 2.4% and Taiwan Mobile’s 1.4%.
As per the report it seems Nokia (HMD) sold more smartphones than Huawei and Xiaomi in Taiwan market though Apple, Samsung, Asus, Sony and HTC shipped more smartphones than HMD.
Nokia Phones are driving growth everywhere has been confirmed by a recent report from Taiwan that reveals that strong demand for Nokia Phones made Foxconn, the top ODM manufacturer in Q3 2017. The report also claimed that Nokia Phone’s demand has remained strong in Q4 2017.
As per an earlier report from IDC around 1.5 million Nokia Smartphones were shipped in H1 2017 worldwide. Another report from Counterpoint Research claimed that 2.8 million Nokia Android Smartphones and 13.5 million Nokia Feature phones were shipped by HMD in Q3 2017.
Industry watchers like Strategy Analytics are also showing confidence in HMD’s strategy by betting Nokia Phones to one of the drivers of smartphone shipment growth in 2018.
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