Apple’s iPhone X is no longer the best selling phone in the world , and this position now occupies one…
Apple’s iPhone X is no longer the best selling phone in the world , and this position now occupies one of the referents in the Android universe, he. This has been confirmedin its latest market research report, ensuring that Samsung has managed to push the Cupertino to the third position of the top, thanks to the worldwide success of its last two flagship phones.
At, we could see how the iPhone X dominated the ranking of top-selling phone models, accumulating a total share of 3.5% . However, given that the latest Samsung models had just landed on the market, their sales figures were not comparable to those of Apple’s tenth anniversary phone. Now, only a month later, the Galaxy S9 and S9 + advance the phones of the bitten apple despite having less time in stores.
The data of the new report correspond to those of the month of April 2018, in which Samsung has been the dominant clear of the segment of smartphones, placing its last two creations at the top of the top. A) Yes, the Samsung Galaxy S9 + and Galaxy S9 , are located in first and second position respectively, with a quota each of 2.6%. A position below, with a 2.3% share, is the iPhone X, the previous leader in the telephone market, which now shares a share with the iPhone 8 Plus, and is positioned only 0.1 points above the iPhone 8.
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Out of the top 5, we find another Android-based model of great popularity, the Xiaomi Redmi 5A, a model of reduced benefits and a very contained price, which has managed to find a valuable gap in the mid-low segment, based on a price-quality ratio that only Xiaomi can offer. Below the Chinese model, with a 1.4% quota, the iPhone 6, which shares numbers with the Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus.
To close the ranking, two other models from Apple and Samsung respectively, as they are the iPhone 7 and Galaxy S8, that are distributed 1.4% and 1.3% respectively, figures more than respectable considering that they have long ceased to be the flagship of each of their brands.