Chinese smartphone maker Oppo dominated the Indonesian market in terms of sales for the first time ever in the second quarter of this year, at the expense of South Korean rival and long-time market leader Samsung, global consumer research firm Canalys said. Oppo's market share grew 54 percent year-on-year to 26 percent, compared with Samsung's 24 percent. Xiaomi, another Chinese brand, was in third place with 19 percent. Vivo, Oppo's sister brand aimed at a lower market segment, accounted for 15 percent, while Realmi, Xiaomi's sister brand, came in at 7 percent.
August 14 2019, The Jakarta Globe - Read 2 times