China’s Smartphone Market in February Slashed: Xiaomi Least Affected

Xiaomi China's smartphone market

The epidemic has affected all walks of life. And the smartphone market is no exception. This afternoon, Lu Weibing revealed on Weibo that China’s smartphone market shipped about 30 million units in January. Due to the epidemic, the current market outlook is expected to be below 15 million. And the entire market will be down more than 50% from the previous month.

He said that the e-commerce market was also greatly affected by logistics and distribution during the entire epidemic period, and has recently rebounded rapidly. The offline market has been greatly affected (70-80%).

Also Read: How New Coronavirus Affects Global And China’s Smartphone Markets

Lu Weibing said that Xiaomi’s overall market sales have been affected to some extent. But it must be the least affected among others. So its market share has continued to grow, especially in the price range of 2000-3000 yuan (K30 5G) and 4000-6000 yuan (Mi 10 ) has had extremely fast growth.

It is reported that Redmi’s new flagship Redmi K30 Pro will be officially released in March. And the entire series is equipped with Snapdragon 865 as standard to support 5G networks.

Lu Weibing revealed that the new machine has a more beautiful design, faster performance, stronger photos, longer battery life, a more nuanced experience, and a more extreme price-performance ratio.

From the exposed poster, the Redmi K30 Pro will use a pop-up full-screen solution. Some users speculate that the K30 Pro is expected to start at 3299 yuan for 6GB + 128GB, which is exactly 1,000 yuan more than K30 5G. And it may become the cheapest Snapdragon 865 5G smartphone in the period after listing.

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