Have you ever wondered which smartphone models are the most popular in your country? Below is the data collected based on mobile web traffic during the second quarter of 2019. The information was collected by Device Atlas by detecting the characteristics of devices that access different websites. Based on previous studies, we have seen that Android devices are generally most popular in terms of total sales, followed by iOS from Apple and others. However, we have never seen a breakdown of the most popular smartphone models by country. The numbers behind this report are more interesting because you can get a clear picture of how popular certain smartphone models are in different countries around the world.
To make it easier for you, we’ve broken down and aggregated the information so you can easily see trends. In Table 1, we present a list of the most popular smartphone models in each country. We also summarize the information in a pie chart below, showing that the most popular smartphone model was Apple in almost 81% of countries (total 29), followed by Samsung in 14% of countries (total 29). 5) and from Xiaomi. in 5% of the countries (total 2). It’s important to note that this doesn’t mean that Apple sells the most smartphones in the world. When it comes to the total number of smartphones sold, Samsung is the leader with a global market share of 17.3%. The comparison below is only based on the most popular smartphone model.
The future looks bright for global smartphone sales, and this year is no exception. In fact, Gartner expects growth of 11.4% over last year.
According to Gartner, growth is on the horizon for two main reasons: the delay in device replacement, which was reflected in declining sales last year, and the increased availability of new products and more affordable.
LENOVO is a Hong Kong-based multinational company founded by Liu Chuanzhi on November 1, 1984. Phones released by Lenovo are cheap and with the better specs. The smartphones released by this company are Lenovo Z5, Lenovo K5 Note, Lenovo P2, Lenovo Z2 Plus, Lenovo K6 Power, Lenovo Vibe k5, Lenovo Vibe K5 Note, Lenovo Z5s, Lenovo Z5 Pro GT.
Mobile phone ownership varies by age, gender, and education
In these 11 countries, mobile phone ownership (as opposed to phone sharing) tends to vary across several demographic characteristics, including education, gender, and age.
In all surveyed countries, adults with secondary education or higher are more likely to own their own mobile phone than those without secondary education. These property education gaps range from just 3 percentage points in Vietnam to 35 points in the Philippines.