Friday, Sep 17, 2021
On Friday, April 9, 1400, the Counterpoint Institute published its report on the list of the 10 best-selling smartphone models in the world in January 2021. Apple ranked sixth on the list of the world's 10 best-selling smartphone models in January, according to the institute's Market Pulse service. Also, after iPhone 12, which is at the top of this list, products such as iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 Pro are in the second and third places, respectively. As a result, these three iPhone 12 models accounted for a total of 71% of Apple's total sales in the first month of the new year.
Interesting that the iPhone model The 12 Mini is also in eighth place in the list of 10 best-selling products of January 2021, despite failing to sell and record weaker figures than other models in the series. With features similar to the iPhone 12, the phone has not been very successful in attracting large audiences, despite its lower price due to its smaller display and lower battery capacity. Along with Apple products, Xiaomi's Redmi 9A and Redmi 9, which are priced at less than $ 150, also topped the list in January, respectively. The two smartphones accounted for a total of 25 percent of the Chinese company's total sales this month, and Xiaomi's growing share in the Middle East and Africa, meanwhile, looks impressive.
Samsung Electronics has also been able to make the Galaxy A21s one of the top 10 products. The Korean company's other product, the Galaxy A31, also managed to be in the list of the top 10 phones of January 2021 for the first time. The Galaxy A series devices are offered with affordable design, vibrant colors and up-to-date features at affordable prices, and Samsung has attracted the market's attention to this product group by pursuing an aggressive policy of advertising and sales. In fact, Samsung seems to be looking to introduce the A-Series as an alternative to Honor products, which has many customers in Europe, Latin America, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
As 5G networks accelerate, 5G-compatible devices are being marketed by manufacturers in a variety of price ranges. Of course, these networks are not yet active in many areas, however, smartphone makers are also launching new products in these areas. Because customers prefer to buy 5G compatible devices to avoid further problems related to the phone replacement cycle. According to Counterpoint analysts, fifth-generation technology will gradually become the standard framework, and as prices fall, we will see more examples of mid-range smartphones in this area in the coming months.