The study cabinet Counterpoint Technology Market Research has just published the ranking of the 10 best-selling smartphones in the world in February 2014.
If, unsurprisingly, Apple comes out on top with its latest opus, the iPhone 5s, this iPhone 5C sound, five other Samsung models appear in the ranking. But it is above all the rise of Xiaomi, the Chinese manufacturer, which emerges from this list with two models.
With an entry-level positioning, it markets terminals sometimes starting at $ 100 and recently announced that it wants to revise its production targets from 40 million units to 60 million. [à lire : Xiaomi revoit ses objectifs à la hausse en 2014, ndlr].