The Australian Financial Report has revealed that the country’s top three mobile phone manufacturers are also the “hottest” on the market.
The report, which examines consumer sentiment and trends in Australian electronics, found that the three top-selling brands were Huawei, LG and Nokia.
The three top three smartphone brands on the Australian market were Huawei and LG.
The top three selling smartphones were Huawei Ascend Mate 3, Huawei Ascend Pro 4, and Huawei Ascend 4 Plus.
Read MoreThe survey was conducted between November and December this year, with the top five smartphone manufacturers in Australia reported as follows:In the top ten markets, the top three leading mobile phone brands in Australia are Huawei, Apple and Samsung.
In terms of volume, Huawei had the highest number of top-10 sales, followed by Apple and LG with the next highest number.
The Huawei Ascend line has seen a huge growth in recent years with a massive $7bn market share in the country.
The company has seen sales growth of more than 15% annually since 2015, according to its latest financial results.
“This survey is a valuable way to gauge consumer sentiment in the marketplace,” Huawei marketing manager Mark Brier said in a statement.
“It gives us an insight into the consumer behaviour of our market, the trends they are buying, and the opportunities they are looking to explore.”
Hands down the hottest phones on the shelves in 2016, according the reportThe report revealed that Huawei, Samsung and Apple accounted for the largest share of the top-ten mobile phone market, with each owning 40% of the market in 2016.
However, Huawei’s Ascend line was second in terms of sales, with sales growth outpacing Apple’s iPhone XS Max and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus.
Apple and Samsung had the next largest share, with iPhones and Samsung phones combined being the top seller on the top 10.
The report found that there was no trend in terms.
The survey found that only 1% of respondents in the market said they bought their phone at the “top end” of the spectrum.
“The market has shown no significant trend to the top end,” Brier added.
“However, with Huawei’s growth rate so high, there is likely a strong demand for a premium product at the higher end of the smartphone spectrum.
The next biggest trend was the rise of new devices, with Apple seeing a 7% increase in sales from 2016 to 2017, Samsung rising by 9% and Huawei rising by 12%.
In terms, “the top end” is where most consumers would buy a smartphone, according Brier.”
Apple is one of the best value brands in the world,” he said.”
If you look at the most premium and premium-priced smartphones, you will find they tend to be from the top of the range.
“With the new devices like the iPhone X, we saw that Huawei and Apple are leading the pack.”
The company’s sales growth has been particularly rapid over the past few years, with growth rates of between 5% and 10% annually.
However the company has recently experienced a resurgence in recent months with growth of over 30% in 2016 and more than 50% in 2017.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) said the number of new smartphones sold in Australia in 2016 was “significantly higher” than the same period last year.
“We have seen a massive surge in the popularity of smartphones in Australia over the last few years,” ABS chief statistician Peter McComb said.Read Next