Latest Technology News,Laptop&PC Reviews,Mobile Gadgets,how to,help me,free browsing cheat,hack,tricks,blogging,do it for me, HOW TOS etc. Edit

Advertise with us


Lefkofsky Talks About the Need for More Empathy

Lefkofsky Talks About the Need for More Empathy People who have success in the realm of business innovation, like Eric Lefkofsky, may ...

iPhone 8, not iPhone X, is beating Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus in total market share


Apple's iPhone 8 has reclaimed the top of the sales chart, narrowly edging out the newer Galaxy S9 Plus, which fell to No. 2 and hasn't exactly helped Samsung's profits.

It also did better than the iPhone X by reaching a 2.4% market share and bouncing back from lower sales back in April, according to a data from research. This boost in sales is attributed to smart advertising in Europe, namely Apple's recent "How to shoot on iPhone" ads, which led up to the start of the World Cup last month.

In fact, all three current iPhones are sitting in the top five, according to the numbers from May, the latest sales data available.  The iPhone X is in third place, with 2.3% of the market share, and the iPhone 8 Plus is in fifth place at 2.1%.

Reading the numbers

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 sales figures have been seen as disappointing, even though both phones are still showing overall strong numbers. The S9 Plus only slipped to second place, essentially tied with the iPhone 8 at a 2.4% market share. The problem is the S9 phones are much newer, so it's odd that they're not performing better.

Samsung warned investors about slowing sales of flagship phones in April after its Q1 earnings call, so these results only reflect that truth.

However, we are expecting the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 later this year, and that should inject some sales into Samsung's lineup – but that's when there will be a new line of iPhones on the market.

One of the biggest takeaways from this report might be a bit subtle – Chinese manufacturers like Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo are taking more of the market share than ever before, and that's surely part of the reason behind the Galaxy S9's slowed sales. The Xiaomi Redmi 5A sat right behind the iPhone X in May, enjoying 2.2% of the market share.

Both the iPhone 8 and the Galaxy S9 are enjoying great sales in the West, but it's becoming clear that phones from Chinese companies, ones with innovative designs that rival Apple and Samsung in many ways, are making a huge impact worldwide


No comments:

Post a comment

:::. .:::
:::. .:::

Share or Like this Post - if you Find it Informative and Cool…
Thanks. Never miss any of my future post

Once entered, you will have to check your inbox for a confirmation email containing a confirmation link. Once you VERIFY your email by clicking on the confirmation link in the message, you will never miss any future articles.


Popular search

Advertise with us

Popular Posts All time

Search the web

Facebook Like

Submit Guest Post

Submit Guest Post
Hello we are EJTB we accept sponsored post

Popular Posts

Sponsored advert

Sponsored advert
Send FREE Bulk SMS Text Messages to Mobile Phones

Readers Online

Advertise here

Advertise here
I can help you promote your offline/online business, start-up, seminar etc to my targeted blog readers and you will get a good value for your money.