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    Counterpoint report on the European smartphone market in the third quarter of 2021 - Samsung's shaky lead
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    Counterpoint Group released its new report on the European smartphone market in the third quarter of 2021 on Wednesday, November 3, 2021; According to the report, the smartphone market in European countries has largely overcome the bottlenecks created by the COVID-19 pandemic, but now it has to deal with another important and pervasive issue, the chipset shortage crisis. Smartphone sales in the Old Continent in the third quarter of 2021 fell by 1% year on year, and a comparison with the previous quarter also indicates a further decline of 4%. Samsung is still at the top of the table in this market despite a sharp seasonal and annual decline.

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    Samsung's share of the Android smartphone market in the third quarter In 2021, according to Counterpoint, it will reach 30.4%, which is a decrease of 16% compared to 35.8% last year and 6% less than the previous quarter. Xiaomi, which recently topped the list of European smartphone suppliers in the second quarter of 2021, according to Strategy Analytics of the European smartphone market, has now returned to second place with a 6% drop compared to the second quarter. According to Counterpoint, the brand's current market share in the European market is 23.6%, which still shows a staggering 51% growth over the previous year.

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    Apple estimates Counterpoint 22.1% of the market It has Europe, which grew by 5% and 24%, respectively, compared to the previous quarter and last year. These are followed by Oppo with a market share of 10.1%, Riley with a share of 2.4% and Vivo with a share of 1.8% in the fourth to sixth resistances, all three of which have experienced annual triple-digit growth figures. The market share of this brand has increased by 112, 160 and 238 percent, respectively, compared to the previous year, which is the highest growth among the 10 companies operating in the European markets.

    Motorola and Nokia, which are 1.1, respectively. And account for 0.9% of the total handsets sold in European markets, with growth of 47% and 24% in seventh and eighth place, respectively, and Honor and Huawei with 0.5% market share and 90% and 94% decrease in sales in ninth place and They are tenth.

    Striak cites Riley as one of the fastest growing brands in Europe, consolidating its position among the top five vendors in markets such as Russia, Spain and Italy. Vivo is also growing fast, but at a lower level, and Motorola and Nokia have been added again. The situation of the Honor brand is also changing, and the brand is looking forward to success in this region in the future, when it unveiled its first major phone in the European region in October after more than a year.

    https://mobiletony.com Counterpoint report on the European smartphone market in the third quarter of 2021 - Samsung's shaky lead trend sale of three brands Samsung, Xiaomi And Apple in the European market from January to September 2021

    The end of this quarter marked the opposite for Apple and Xiaomi, where Xiaomi suffered a fatal blow in September 2021 due to a severe shortage of parts, but at the same time unveiled the iPhone 13 series. It was a huge success for Apple. The iPhone 13 family showed higher popularity than the iPhone 12 years ago, even though it went on sale in late September. Under these circumstances, Apple will probably face a record-breaking fourth quarter in Europe if it synchronizes supply and demand for the iPhone 13 (which does not seem easy in some markets).





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