Updated November 19, 2018 03:10:25 Apple iPhone 5S was recently the best selling smartphone in the world and Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is the second best selling phone in the US.
However, it seems that the Samsung Galaxy is gaining more customers in China.
According to an analysis by the data firm Strategy Analytics, the Chinese market is now the second largest for smartphones after the US and the second-largest for tablets after the UK.
Analysts are expecting the Samsung smartphone to be the best-selling smartphone in China in the next few years and will be able to offset the losses of Apple and LG.
The report also said that Samsung will have a much larger share of the market in China, with a market share of 35.2% from the US market and 34.6% from UK.
Samsung is also expected to have a larger share in the global smartphone market in the second half of 2020.
China is also predicted to have the largest number of mobile phone users in 2020.
Apple iPhone 5, 5S, 5C and 5S Plus were launched in China last year and were launched to a large response.
However they have since been removed from Chinese stores.
As a result, Chinese customers were able to buy the smartphones directly from Apple.
However the devices were not available for pre-order in China until mid-December.
Analytics said that the growth of the smartphone market was likely due to two factors.
One, consumers are buying phones in bulk to avoid the import taxes, and two, Chinese smartphone vendors were not releasing their flagship phones to customers, which resulted in a surge in demand for the smartphones.
In addition, analysts say that the increased demand for Samsung smartphones in China is not as big as it was in the UK and the US because consumers are still waiting for the release of the LG G4.
The LG G6 was expected to be launched in the first half of 2021.
The analysis said that in 2020, the LG Galaxy S4 will be the most popular smartphone in Chinese consumers’ minds.
However this device will be less popular than Apple iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 7 in 2020 due to the lower price tag and the fact that Samsung has not released a high-end smartphone to the Chinese consumer.