8 out of the 10 best-selling smartphones are iPhones in the US
Android still dominates the market but iOS continues to grow as 8 out of the 10 best-selling smartphones of Q2 2018 were iPhones.
Kantar sees Xiaomi and Huawei rising in major European markets, iPhone X topping Chinese sales
According to the latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech report, Xiaomi and Huawei’s smartphone sales are rapidly growing in Europe’s top five markets, while Apple is doing solid business in China.
iPhone X resale value
Kantar ranks iPhone X in the top three best-selling devices of Q4 across all key markets
Apple’s iPhone X ruled the October – December 2018 charts in Urban China, according to the latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech data, also selling very well in Europe, Japan, Australia and the US.
Kantar sees the iPhone X dominating November smartphone sales in the UK, China and Japan
Ahead of a somewhat surprising December demand slowdown, Apple’s iPhone X reportedly crushed the competition in the month of November, at least across three major global markets.
Kantar’s latest smartphone sales report highlights iOS struggle ahead of iPhone X launch
The August – October 2017 timeframe wasn’t particularly fruitful for Apple in global smartphone sales, as the iPhone X launched in early November.
Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs iPhone 7 Plus
Kantar: Samsung just had three great months in the UK, Apple impressed in the US smartphone market
According to the latest Kantar Worldpanel research, Samsung dominated June – August 2017 smartphone sales in the UK, while Apple reported strong US growth.
Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs iPhone 7 Plus
Kantar doesn’t yet see the Galaxy S8 as US blockbuster, iPhone 7 still reigns supreme
It’s still premature to judge the long-term success of the Galaxy S8 duo, but Samsung’s latest flagships didn’t get off to the greatest start stateside.
Kantar: iPhones return to growth in key markets during Q2, LG thrives stateside
iPhones are still huge in the US and EU5, according to Kantar, which tracked year-over-year iOS growth there in Q2, as well as constant US progress for LG.
Motorola, not Lenovo, is third-most preferred smartphone brand in US
75 percent of the smartphone market is shared between Apple and Samsung. Lenovo-owned Motorola gets 6 percent. What’s the way up?