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    Strategy Analytics report on the global smartphone market in the first quarter of 2021 - Xiaomi narrows the gap with Apple
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    In the first quarter of 2020, as the COVID-19 epidemic began to affect the production and sale of smartphones, we saw an unprecedented downturn in the smartphone industry. Of course, in the second half of 2020, the smartphone market has recovered rapidly, and apparently this trend will continue in the first quarter of 2021. Global smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2021 grew by 24% year-on-year to 340 million units, according to a report released by Strategy Analytics on Monday, April 19, 2021. Experts attribute the growth to demand from users of older devices, as well as the widespread availability of Chinese 5G handsets.

    https://mobiletony.com Strategy Analytics report on the global smartphone market in the first quarter of 2021 - Xiaomi narrows the gap with Apple

    The top five brands in the global smartphone market in the first quarter of 2021 accounted for 76% of the market (compare with the 71% share of the top five brands in the first quarter of 2020). According to Linda Sui, the lack of chipsets and supply-side limitations during the first quarter did not have a significant impact on the performance of the top five brands, but could be a concern for smaller brands in the coming seasons. As usual, Samsung topped the list with 77 million smartphones in the last quarter, accounting for 23% of the global market share. This represents a 32% increase compared to the 58 million smartphones launched by Samsung in the first quarter of 2020. According to Neil Mawston, CEO of Strategy Analytics, this growth is due to the launch of Samsung's new affordable 4G and 5G Series A handsets as well as the Galaxy S21 series.

    https://mobiletony.com Strategy Analytics report on the global smartphone market in the first quarter of 2021 - Xiaomi narrows the gap with Apple Top five smartphone brands in the first quarter of 2021 (number per million) <p> Apple introduced 57 million iPhones in the international market last season, ranking second with 17% of the global market. This quarter, the successful performance of the fifth generation iPhone 12 Series continued in many markets around the world. Not bad to know, the annual growth of Apple iPhones in the first quarter was 44%, and thus, it was even higher than the growth of Samsung Galaxy. Allocates to itself. The supply of Xiaomi smartphones in the last quarter grew by a staggering 80% to 49 million smartphones, and the Chinese company managed to increase its share of the global market from 10% (in the same period last year) to 15%. According to Yiwen Wu, chief analyst at Strategy Analytics, Xiaomi has maintained strong momentum in the Indian and Chinese markets over the past quarter, expanding its brand influence in Europe, Latin America and Africa. It should be noted that at present the gap between Apple and Xiaomi is very small (about 2%) and according to some experts, if Xiaomi continues to grow at the same speed, gaining the second place in the world for this Chinese brand will not be out of reach. . </p> <p> </p> <img src= Redmi Note 10 Pro

    After Xiaomi, Oppo (excluding Riley and OnePlus sub-brands) ranks fourth with 38 million smartphones and 11% of the global market share . Oppo's closest follower - Vivo - also launched 37 million smartphones in the global market last season, finishing fifth in the world. Not bad to know, the supply of Vivo devices in the last quarter compared to the same period last year, with 85% growth, which is the highest annual growth rate among the top 5 brands in the world. Three Chinese brands, Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, have launched a total of 124 million smartphones in recent seasons. In other words, these three brands currently account for 37% of the total global smartphone market.

    Undoubtedly, the biggest loser in the first quarter of 2021 is Huawei; A large company that a year ago ranked second in the world in terms of smartphone supply volume, and now, as a result of US sanctions and restricting its access to American technologies, is not even among the top 5 brands. Huawei's Chinese competitors are also taking advantage of this situation, with the massive production of new 5G devices, seeking to reclaim Huawei's lost market share.

    Source: Strategy Analytics





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