As of March, the first-ever Android smartphones were still on sale in China, according to new data from market research firm Strategy Analytics.
The first two handsets to reach that milestone are the Pixel C and Pixel 2, which both launched in the US earlier this year.
Strategy Analytics’ data shows that the Pixel 2s first day sales in China were only 8.8 million, and the Pixel 3s first month sales in the country were only 9.7 million.
The Pixel 2 launched in China on February 11, 2016.
The iPhone XS Max and XS comes in at the top of the charts, with more than half a million units shipped there in the first week.
But those numbers don’t include the iPhone X, which launched in June, and which also didn’t hit China until August, more than a year later.
The company notes that it did not break down how many units of each handset it sells in China.
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