Apple Vs Samsung: Who Leads The Mobile Phone Industry?

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As technology and the need for communication strengthen globally, so does the number of smartphone users around the globe. The demand for smartphones has toppled over the years and as a result, we see mobile commerce sales reaching an all-time high. Apple vs Samsung!

According to the latest statistics on the worldwide smartphone market share, the US brand Apple has taken over the market with a market share of 28.43%. which implies that 3 out of every smartphone user worldwide uses an Apple phone.

Second on the list is the popular South Korean brand, Samsung with a smartphone market share of 28.19%, just a marginal 0.24% less than Apple.

Apple vs Samsung!

Apple and Samsung dominate the smartphone market with a combined share of 56.62%. These two smartphones took over the mobile phone industry in 2013 after their market shares surpassed Nokia’s.

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According to statistics, Apple and Samsung have been each other’s biggest competition with Samsung surpassing Apple as the market leader only by a margin. but in October 2022, Apple took over the market share as the top smartphone maker worldwide.

Chinese Xiaomi comes in third position controlling 12.73% of the total market share. Xiaomi’s growth is quite impressive considering it was founded in 2010. The company was able to grow its market share from 2% to 4.75% in 2017 and eventually came next to Samsung with a 12.73% market share.

Oppo and Huawei follow closely behind Xiaomi with 5.51% and 5.29% of the market share. Vivo comes in as the sixth owning 4.29% of the smartphone market share.

All six brands own 84.44% of the global smartphone market share, meaning they control the market. four out of every five smartphones being used worldwide are manufactured by these brands.

Apple vs Samsung!

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