Samsung’s position in the smartphone market in Europe is being taken over by China’s Xiaomi. Samsung saw a 7% drop in sales in the last quarter, while Xiaomi saw a 67% increase. This means 12 million devices shipped to Samsung in the second quarter and 12.7 million to Xiaomi. This puts the Chinese manufacturer first in sales.
Year-on-year, the number of delivered smartphones in Europe increased by 14% with more than 50 million devices delivered. Xiaomi and Samsung themselves from the first two places account for almost half of this amount.
Apple finished in third place, but with a year-on-year increase of 15.7%, delivered 9.6 million devices in the last quarter. The fourth and fifth place in sales belong to the Chinese brands Oppo and Realme and with a combined 10% market share they are also significant players.
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Source: Technológie by pc.zoznam.sk.
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