Samsung and Apple lead the global ranking of mobile sales with 20% and 17% market share respectively in the third quarter of 2023, but Xiaomi is increasingly close to them with 14%.
As always, market research firm Canalys published a report con Global ranking of mobile sales in the third quarter of 2023Which reveals that the global market has shown a small recovery, since Its slowdown slowed somewhat in the third quarter of the year.
Similarly, this study also confirms it Samsung and Apple continue to dominate the global mobile marketBut one closely followed by Xiaomi is the only one of the three Maintains sales levels from a year ago.
Xiaomi is closing in on Apple and threatening to take away the second place in the world ranking of mobile sales
According to a report prepared by Canalys, Samsung continues to lead the global mobile market in the third quarter of 2023 Over 57 million units have been sold, which translates to a 20% market share, down 2% from the same period last year. These good sales figures are, above all, due to the good reception in the market of the Korean firm’s new foldables, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 and Galaxy Z Flip5.
Apple is second in the world ranking of mobile sales Over 50 million units sold and a market share of 17%, down 1% from the same quarter last year Thanks to the Cupertino firm managed to maintain this figure Strong demand for its new flagship, the iPhone 15.
Xiaomi remains the third manufacturer that sells the most mobile phones worldwide 14% market shareBut among the first three, the Chinese giant is the only one that does not have a decrease in sales compared to the same period of the previous year, since Equal to figures for the third quarter of 2022. It is very likely that if this trend continues, Xiaomi may challenge Apple for the second place in the ranking, especially if we consider that its new flagships, Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Pro. Not yet launched in the global market.
Finally, the third quarter of 2023 occupied the fourth step of the global mobile sales ranking OPPO and OnePlus togetherWhich, like Apple, lost 1% over the previous year, remaining A decent 9% market share.