According to a report, the iPhone 13 became the best-selling smartphone in the world in April.
As of April 2022, Apple controlled the top ten worldwide smartphone shipments. According to a new analysis released by market research firm Counterpoint Research. According to the survey, the top ten models accounted for 21% of the smartphone market, with Apple accounting for 89% of total sales.
Apple has topped the list of the Global’s best-selling smartphones!
iPhone 13 Best-Selling Smartphone: Apple’s iPhone 13 range contributed to the company’s position at the top of the charts. Notably, the iPhone 13 was the world’s best-selling phone, closely followed by the iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 12. While the iPhone 13 accounted for 5.5 percent of sales, the 13 Pro Max and 13 Pro accounted for 3.4 percent and 1.8 percent, respectively.
Aside from the 13 and 12 series, the iPhone SE 2022 finished sixth with 1.4 percent of sales. The 2022 iPhone SE inherits the finest from the iPhone 13 and provides it all in a tiny form that caters to the budget-conscious public, as we highlighted in our iPhone SE 2022 roundup. And the data appear to imply that it does have its audience.
The best-selling Android phone on the list is the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, ranked sixth. Other phones in the top ten include the Samsung Galaxy A13, A03 Core, A53 5G, and Redmi Note 11 LTE.
According to Counterpoint Research, one unique link this year among the best-selling smartphones is the broad availability of 5G. Seven of the top ten smartphones now support 5G, up from four in the same month last year. According to the research, the 5G phones on the list account for one-third of all 5G smartphone sales. According to the research, “5G capability has become a standard offering in flagships, and its presence is increasing in lower price bands as well.”
It was also reported that the iPhone SE 2022 had triple-digit MoM growth and became highly popular in Japan. The iPhone 12 also performed well in Japan and India. If you’re curious, you can read the complete report right here.