FP trendIST January 29, 2021 18:24:12
As the world continues to get well from COVID-19, Apple regained the prime spot in the global smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2020. Last quarter’s whole shipments exceeded 395 million, of which Apple managed to ship 81.9 gadgets. Counterpoint Research Report. The enhance was attributed to excessive demand for iPhone 12 fashions, the longevity of iPhone 11 and powerful provider promotions in the United States. The report additionally identified that Realme continues to be the world’s quickest rising model, with its shipments rising by 65% year-on-year.
According to analysis, Apple shipped 81.9 million gadgets in the fourth quarter of 2020, accounting for 21% of the market. This is Apple’s chain development of 96%.
Samsung ranked second with a 16% market share and shipped 62.5 million items in the fourth quarter. Samsung’s quarter-on-quarter decline of 22% was resulting from elevated competitors between the Chinese firm’s mid-market and Apple’s (iPhone 12 series) high-end tools.
Xiaomi shipped 43 million items in the fourth quarter of 2020, a year-on-year enhance of 31%, whereas Oppo achieved a 9% market share in the fourth quarter of 2020, a year-on-year enhance of 8% and a month-on-month enhance of 10%.
The Counterpoint report identified that Oppo and Vivo surpassed Huawei for the first time, rating fourth and fifth respectively.
Taking under consideration the restoration from the influence of COVID-1, the global smartphone market fell by 1% year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2020, however elevated by 8% in the fourth quarter of 2020. In 2020, Samsung as soon as once more ranked first in global smartphone gross sales with 255.7 million items. With 19% market share, Apple ranked second with 201.1 million shipments and 15% market share in 2020. Huawei’s robust efficiency in China managed to take the third place, though its robust efficiency in China contributed 70% of its whole shipments after the US commerce ban was issued, sanctions and strict element restrictions.