Kantar World-Panel Revealed The Summary Of 2017
Kantar Worldpanel is an international company dealing in consumer knowledge and insight based on continuous consumer panels. Kantar Worldpanel was founded in 1997. It is the biggest internationally company which deals in consumer panels. Kantar Worldpanel has just released the summary of 2017.
The summary is revealed of the Smart-Phones of all over the globe. The period of the summary is August-October 2017. According to the records, Oppo, Apple, Xiaomi, Vivo, and Huawei made up to 91% sales in China. The report also mentions that the shares of Apple were mutilated because iPhone X took too long to release.
Internet services of China are shabby, that is why the organizations offering their products in the offline store in China have a benefit. Some of the Smart-Phones manufacturers dominated the internet problem of China, by offering their products in an offline store. Huawei, Oppo, Xiaomi, and Vivo were the first to dominate this problem in China.
Well, Xiaomi is getting quite famous in China nowadays. Kantar analyzer says, “Several different brands of China like, Meizu, LeTV, ZTE, and Lenovo was going well as Xiaomi once. But, they had abruptly stopped. They were still able to get 1% during this time. The top Smart-Phone manufacturer Samsung is also going down by time. This time, Samsung was only able to get 2.2% of the market share. People are saying that the performance of Samsung is going down.
Kantar Worldpanel is becoming the Number 1 consumer panel organization. Kantar Worldpanel has released the best summary of time. Kantar Worldpanel also revealed the percentage of Operating System distribution. According to the Kantar Worldpanel Summary, Android gained 8.2% in the US, and 4.3% in Europe. It is due to the late release of iPhone X. The shares of Apple were mutilated badly.
This time we have revealed the summary of Smart-Phones of 2017. We will be more careful in releasing other summaries, and all the latest news about the world. Just keep in touch to know the most about the smart-phones, and the world as well.