Samsung Electronics's share of the smartphone market in China has fallen sharply.
Taiwan's electronic city said Samsung Electronics's smartphones sold in the Chinese market in the third quarter of this year will be about 600,000 units.
Earlier, China's Ssangyong Industry Research Institute estimates smartphone sales in the third quarter of last month and estimates that Chinese manufacturers Bibo and Opo have sold more than 20 million units and Huawei, Honor and Apple have sold more than 10 million units respectively .
Samsung's Heavy Industries Research Institute predicted that Samsung's sales volume would be the 8th place at 120,000.
Samsung's smartphone market share in China is estimated to have fallen to around 1% from around 20% four years ago.
In the past, the Chinese market was Samsung and Apple Yanggang, but local media reported it is a 4 + 1 structure with four Chinese companies such as Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo and Bibo.
According to market research firm, global smartphone sales in the third quarter fell 3 percent from the same period last year to 386.8 million, while Samsung sold 72.3 million units, 13 percent less than a prior time.[사진 출처 : 연합뉴스]