Counterpoint reports seat two iPhone 7 Plus and second and third-placed iPhone 7 phones, each with a market share of 2.8 percent and 2.4 percent.
The top position is occupied by Oppo R9S with a slightly different market share of iPhone 7 Plus, which is 3 percent.
“The top five models are competing,” Counterpoint said in a report. The average sales of all smartphone models in the top 10 list reached 1 million units per month throughout 2017.Counterpoint adds, the list of 10 best-selling smartphones in China is dominated by the middle board models. “Unless the iPhone 7 is included in the premium price category,” wrote Counterpoint, as summarized infocommworld, Wednesday (17/1/2018).
Overall, Chinese local brands, Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi occupy eight of the top 10 best-selling smartphones in China.