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OPPO Lost Ground in China and in India in Q4 2021

by Yiwen Wu | Feb 14, 2022

OPPO and OnePlus completed the full integration last quarter. Their combined shipments (34.2 million units) dropped -11% YoY in Q4 2021, blaming to the weak performance in China and India, the vendor’s two largest single markets.

OPPO brand made solid progress in geographic diversification this quarter and posted robust growth in most of its new overseas markets. Moreover, the vendor debuted its first foldable device this quarter and its newly launched Reno 7 series are well-received among domestic consumers.

Despite of progress and efforts, headwinds and challenges remain. OPPO’s gain in new overseas market cannot offset its loss in China and India where the vendor is encountering intensified competitions.

Our latest report Q4’21: OPPO: Lost Ground in China and India was published. WSS clients could access the full report via this link.

2021 Q4 Blog - Find N light

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