Which company sold the most phones in 2013?

Samsung extended its dominance in smartphones to 31.1 percent (IDC; Gartner). It sold a record 300-314 million smartphones, more than twice as many as the number-two vendor, Apple.

Who has more market share Apple or Samsung?

Samsung held the largest slice of the global smartphone market by shipments during the third quarter of 2021, regaining ground Apple made with the launch of the iPhone 12 at the end of 2020.

How much of the market does Apple and Samsung control?

Manufacturers’ market share of smartphone sales in the United States is led by Apple and Samsung, with a market share of 56 percent and 22 percent respectively, as of the fourth quarter of 2021. Next to Apple and Samsung are Lenovo and OnePlus, with market shares of eight and two percent respectively.

How many phones did Samsung sell in 2014?

In Fourth Quarter of 2014 Samsung Lost No. 1 Position to Apple in Global Smartphone Market

Company 2014 Units 2013 Units
Samsung 392,546 444,472
Apple 191,426 150,786
Microsoft 185,660 250,835
Lenovo* 84,029 66,463

How does Apple and Samsung compete?

Samsung relies on vertical integration as a chief competitive advantage. While Apple still imports billions of dollars’ worth of components from its rival every year, Samsung is beholden to nobody.

What is Samsung’s market share?


Mobile Vendors Percentage Market Share
Mobile Vendor Market Share in United Kingdom – May 2022
Apple 50.32%
Samsung 30.19%
Huawei 5%

Who has bigger market share Apple or Android?

Smartphones running the Android operating system hold an 87 percent share of the global market in 2019 and this is expected to increase over the forthcoming years. The mobile operating system developed by Apple (iOS) has a 13 percent share of the market.

Who has more market share Apple or Android?

Android vs iOS market share Android dominates in global market share, responsible for 71 percent of all smartphone usage in Q1 2021.

What is Apple highest selling iPhone?

The iPhone 12 was the best-selling model, followed by the iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 13, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 11. The top three models contributed 41% to Apple’s total sales.