Counterpoint Research released its analysis of the European smartphone market in the third quarter earlier today, and now it has released corresponding data for the United States.Although the Old World has more diversified manufacturer choices, Americans mainly use Apple or Samsung mobile phones, and the two companies’ lead over competitors is increasing.
It’s worth noting that despite the continuing shortage of global parts, the US smartcell phoneThe total market transaction volume still increased by 1% year-on-year.
Research director Jeff Fieldhuck revealed that the US market continues to maintain an upward trend.AppleThe company’s sales increased by 9%, while Samsung recorded an annual growth of 18%. Even in the case of supply chain shortages, Apple launched in SeptemberiPhone13 contributed 17% of all sales in the third quarter of 2021. This trend is expected to continue, and Apple’s performance is expected to remain strong.
The increase in Samsung’s share is mainly due to the popularity of two improved new foldable phones and the introduction of its most affordable 5G smartphone, the Galaxy A32 5G, to the US market. It is sold through operators such as T-Mobile and also through Metro (in fact, it also belongs to T-Mobile) prepaid plans.
Analysts pointed out that small brands such as BLU, HMD and Wiko continue to cater to the low-end market, but the dominance of Apple and Samsung is unmatched. In the US market, basically eight out of ten mobile phones come from these two. One of the companies.