The market research agency Counterpoint recently announced the ranking of the top ten best-selling smartphones in the world in April 2022. The iPhone is still strong, accounting for five places. Samsung also entered the list with four mobile phones. In addition to the outstanding performance of the A series, the S22 Ultra has more Become the only flagship phone in the Android camp.
Counterpoint reports that the ranking of 5G models among the top ten best-selling mobile phones in the world has increased from four in the same period last year to seven, showing that 5G mobile phones are gradually becoming mainstream. In addition to 5G being the standard equipment of flagship phones, it is also because of the increasing number of 5G mobile phones. The more 5G models are evaluated, and the sales of the seven 5G models in the ranking account for one-third of the entire 5G mobile phone market.
From the perspective of individual brand models, the iPhone’s performance is still strong. The iPhone 13, which ranked first, has maintained high demand since its release. The sales of the iPhone SE 2022, which was originally not optimistic, grew by multiples and entered the seventh place in April, and it also won the The market share of Japanese mobile phones is 18%. In addition, the previous generation of iPhone 12 is still selling well and won the fourth place.
In terms of Android, Samsung is still the leader. The fifth-ranked Galaxy S22 Ultra is not only the flagship of the top ten, but also the best-selling model in the Android camp. The Galaxy A53, which was launched in April, became the ninth in the world when it debuted. The best-selling mobile phones, the A13 and A03 Core entry-level phones, took the sixth and eighth places respectively.
The Redmi 11 LTE was the only tenth place remaining under the attack of the two strong players, and contributed 11% of Xiaomi’s total sales, of which a quarter of the sales of the Redmi 11 LTE came from the Caribbean and Latin America. However, Xiaomi faced supply chain problems and overall sales fell by a quarter compared with April last year. .
Citation Source: Counterpoint