Since the first launch of smartphones in 1994, the world has witnessed the modern decades of digitalisation in every aspect of human lives which happened only with the help of a portable communication device. And now smartphones have become an inseparable part of our lives. Why wouldn't it be?
These phones have made our lives easier than ever and the coruscation that has brought to human communication is beyond description. So keeping all the benefits in mind, the number of its users along with its manufacturing companies are increasing day by day. Also, a competitive atmosphere has been revolved around the brands to satisfy their users with the finest products.
The ranking of the smartphone manufacturers in the world according to their share in the global market gives a glimpse of how companies are performing in this regard. According to the report of IDC, Samsung is the most selling smartphone brand and Chinese company Huawei has suppressed Apple recently in this competition. Let's shed some light on the topmost tech giants who have been running in the smart race.
South Korean consumer electronic company, Samsung, is the best selling smartphone brand according to their market share for the last eight years. Samsung is providing cutting edge technology and smart features for which these smartphones have become very popular all around the world.
This smartphone brand is currently holding a 20.9% share in the global market. Some of the trending phones of this company are- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9 Plus, Galaxy S9, Galaxy Fold, etc.
Chinese smartphone company, Huawei is in the second position of this best-selling competition. They have snatched this spot from Cupertino based tech giant Apple. The company has had a vast growth of 40.9% last year which took its global market share to 15.9%. In the second half of that very year, Huawei released "GPU Turbo" technology which earned them a huge reputation. By spreading its business in 170 countries, Huawei has proved its demand among consumers.
The third entry on the list is tech giant Apple. The company currently has a 12.1% market share worldwide according to iPhone's sell. Though it has tumbled down to the third position according to last year's market share, the company has had a modest growth of 0.7% as compared with the previous year shipping 41.0 million units. Experts have been expecting that the company might regain control of the market with the launch of its upcoming iPhone models as it has always been two steps ahead of its competitors.
Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi ranks fourth on the list in this competition. Surprisingly, the company has started manufacturing smartphones just 10 years ago. The company proved itself the hastiest growing smartphone company of the time. Now Xiaomi with its consistent growth has a total market share of 9.3%.
The last entry on this list is Oppo, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer company owned by BBK electronics. The company has had a modest increase of 5.1% last year as it expanded its market in the middle east and Africa. The company has been growing very fast and earning a prominent position in the smartphone manufacturer company's list.