As Counterpoint Research reported on Christmas Eve, Apple’s 2018 cell phone has topped global sales charts each quarter since its release.
The entry-level iPhone, which appeared in September of 2018, caught 3% of cell phone sales globally in 2019Q3, beating out the Samsung Galaxy A10 And Galaxy A50 (2.6% and 1.9%, respectively). The XR likewise represented over 25% of Apple’s complete sales in Q3, surpassing each other gadget the Cupertino Colossus as of now sells.
Not to be beaten, the iPhone 11 cracked the top 10 in global sales this quarter. Apple’s 2019 base-level iPhone seized 1.6% of sales, placing it in 5th place.
Samsung and Oppo were other large victors this quarter. Notwithstanding the Galaxy A10 and Galaxy A50 referenced over, the Galaxy A20 came in seventh with 1.4% of total sales. Oppo’s A9, A5s, and A5 came in fourth, sixth, and eighth, respectively, catching 1.6%, 1.5%, and 1.3% of global sales, respectively. Xiaomi and Huawei rounded out the top 10 with the Redmi 7A (1.2%) and the P30 (1.1%).
Overall, unit sales of the top 10 cell phones developed year-over-year, hitting 17% total sales in 2019Q3 contrasted with 15% in 2018Q3. Be that as it may, the presence of mid-range handsets caused a 30% decrease in income. Overall benefits fell 11% year-over-year because of the lower price tags of the bestselling phones.
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