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7 of the Top 10 Global Smartphones Are iPhones

Smartphones are among the most popular kinds of consumer electronics that anyone might be looking to buy because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up making it easier for you to stay connected with the world. Indeed, smartphones have become more or less essential for anyone that wants to operate conveniently in the modern world, and that means that there are countless companies that are trying to get a piece of the pie these days.

As per CPR team, 19% of global smartphone sales are centered around the ten highest selling models, up from 16% in 2020. This indicates that people are making less diverse choices with regards to their smartphone purchases. With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that seven out of the top ten phones that were sold around the world were Apple phones, with the iPhone 12 being at the very top of the list with 2.9% of total global sales.

In fact, all top five best selling smartphones in the world are iPhones, with the iPhone 12 Pro Max coming in at second with 2.2%, iPhone 13 at number 3 with 2.1%, iPhone 12 Pro in fourth place with 2.1% as well, and the iPhone 11 with an even 2%. It’s only at number six that you find a phone from a different company, namely the Samsung Galaxy A12 which isn’t even a flagship model.

The fact that Apple’s flagship phones comprise such a huge chunk of the global smartphone market shows just how powerful this company is. People are willing to pay a premium for iPhones, although Xiaomi has been doing reasonably well too. Despite being a relatively new entrant into the smartphone market, Xiaomi’s Redmi 9A managed to account for 1.9% of global smartphone sales which is actually quite impressive. It’s also the only company other than Apple to have more than one phone in the top ten list, with the Xiaomi Redmi 9 coming in at number ten with a healthy 1.1% of global sales and that might grow in the near future too.


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