Samsung and Huawei

Samsung and Huawei Lead The Global Smartphone Market Followed By Apple

Wired Release

Now a day’s smartphone market share is much higher than others. As compared to other smartphones, Apple’s iPhone is not that much popular, due to the low market share in 2019. Apple’s iPhone reached only 11% of the total market share in 2019. Other smartphone brands, such as Samsung reached 22% of the entire market share in the current year. On Tuesday Apple has announced that it will launch iPhone 11 in September. But a statement from a key person reveals sales of iPhones have experienced a fall by 12% which accounts US$ 26 billion. On the other hand, Apple CEO Tim Cook has noted a massive improvement in iPhone trends.

Canalys is a market research company that gives info about the latest iPhones. As per the company iPhones series like XS, XR, and XS Max do not differ more in case of features. Whereas, Huawei’s phones have set out the iPhone by 17% shares in the international market. The US government has stamped a scarlet on Huawei phones over national security fears. Even more, a ban on Huawei’s shipment has a massive impact on the market. Tarun Pathak, a key person of Counterpoint Research, has estimated Huwai will fly high in its home market in the upcoming years. So the Chinese telecommunication giant can register the highest growth in the forthcoming time.

All in all, the impact of the ban has not transformed into falling shipments of market products. Pathak’s firm’s research has revealed an overall fall in smartphone deployment. The dive accounts for 4.3 million units of Chinese smartphones, including brands like Huawei and Xiaomi. Those China-made smartphones have reached 42% market share in 2019 when global shipments have expired amid US-China trade war. In the end, Japan has faced massive dives in sales of smartphones in the current year. Whereas, other countries like North America and Europe are on the edge of experiencing a fall in sales of smartphones.