The latest report from the market research agency counterpoint shows that in the third quarter of this year, Apple still dominates the global high-end smartphones market, with a market share of 52%, followed by Samsung and Huawei.
The report pointed out that Apple’s market share in the high-end mobile phone market continued to increase in the third quarter of this year, from 48% to 52%, and they have not encountered real challenges in this field. Samsung and Huawei followed closely, but their market share is only 25% and 12%.
APPLE’S IS FIRMLY IN THE FIRST PLACE WITH NO RIVALS
The iPhone XR has become the world’s best-selling high-end model, mainly due to the relatively reasonable price-performance ratio, while Huawei ‘s Mate 30 and P30 series have been selling well in the Chinese market (Huawei’s sales in the high-end market in China accounted for more than 80%), these two new models directly increased their share in high-end smartphones.