If you don't know what are the largest smartphone shipments in the world? Which are the companies that occupy the most share in the global smartphone market? Quarter 2 of the Point Market Monitor has listed the top 10 smartphone companies in 2019. Know. Which are the companies around the world that shipped the most smartphones and globally made it to the top 10 list? Let's know the full details
Other Chinese smartphone makers ranked sixth on the list. The company's global market share was 7.5 percent. Its year-on-year increase was 2.1 percent.
Motorola also includes Lenovo's market share. It's market share was 2.6 percent by the end of Quarter 2 of 2019. It grew 6 percent year-on-year.
Quarter 2 of 2019 saw the company's big decline of 18.5 percent in year-on-year gains. LG has finished eighth in this list. HMD ranked 9th in the list.
The biggest gainer on this list is Realme if it's a company. The company has increased the highest year-on-year growth by 848 percent. The company was up 1.3 percent in the global stock market.
With a market share of 21.3 percent, the North Korean company Samsung has shipped the largest number of smartphones in the world. The company has increased by 7.1 percent year-on-year in terms of global shipments.
The second on the list is Chinese smartphone maker Huawei. According to Counterpoint Research, the company's global share was up 15.8 percent at the end of 2019 quarter 2. The company has shipped 56.7 million units with a year-on-year increase of 4.6 percent.
Cupertino-based tech giant Apple shipped the highest smartphones on the third number with a market share of 10.3 percent. However, the company has seen a drop in 2019 Quarter 2. The company's market share in the 2018 quarter 2 was 11.3 percent.
Xiaomi's smartphone market share ranked fourth in the 2019 quarter 2 with a marginal edge of 0.9 percent year on year. Its global market share was 9 percent in the quarter.
The Chinese company Oppo at No. 5 on the list. The company's market share was 8.1 percent by the end of the second quarter of 2019. Its year-on-year growth has fallen to 2 percent.
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