IDC has published the second quarter result of the Chinese wearable market. Among the top 5 brands in China, Huawei has sold 7.7 million units, accounting for 29.3% of the total market share, which increased from 18.1% share last year.
The company has recorded a growth rate of 45.5% on-year, which is more than any other smart wearable maker on the list.
Huawei is followed by Xiaomi, with 5.6 million units shipment, 21.3% market share, and a -9.1% growth decline. Samsung comes in the third position with 5 million shipments, 19.1% market share, and a 14.6% growth rate.
According to IDC, China’s wearable market has increased by 6.1% year on year (YoY) in the second quarter of 2020. Shipment of the basic wearable devices was 22.24 million units, down 6.1% on the year and shipments of smart wearables were 4.35 million units, down 4.9% year on year.
According to the report, Huawei in China is expanding its lead over other wearable makers and its Huawei Watch GT 2 and FreeBuds 3 wireless headphones have helped the company to increase its market share.