On Tuesday, Umeng.com (友盟+) released a report on China’s smartphone market that reveals Oppo and Vivo, along with Huawei and its sub-brand Honor, dominated the domestic field from January through August of this year.

Apple wasn’t left entirely in the dust but the next-best foreign competitor, Samsung, didn’t make much of an impression in the rankings. According to Umeng’s chart of the top six smartphone brands, Oppo and Vivo were nearly head-to-head with 20.7% and 20.1% of the market, respectively.

Apple follows with a respectable 14.2%, trailed by Huawei. However, if Huawei and its ranking sub-brand Honor are combined, they beat out all other competitors with 22.6% of China’s smartphone market.

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Bailey Hu

Bailey Hu is based in China’s hardware capital, Shenzhen. Her interests include local maker culture, grassroots innovation and how tech shapes society, as well as vice versa.