“Apple had a dominant market share of 58.7% for 4G smartphones sold in the China market in January-February 2014, followed by Samsung Electronics with 26.4%, Coolpad 9.4%, K-Touch 2.5%, Sony 1.2% and Huawei 0.8%, according to Sino Market Research,” Amanda Liang and Adam Hwang report for DigiTimes.

“Coolpad, Huawei, ZTE and Lenovo are poised to launch sub CNY1,500 (US$242) models, a segment they believe will account for 60-70% of TD-LTE smartphones to be sold in China, the firm indicated,” Liang and Hwang report, “adding Apple’s and Samsung’s shares are expected to drop in the future.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]