Samsung continued to reign over the worldwide smartphone market in third quarter whilst general shipments declined, reviews IDC. The South Korean tech big is claimed to have shipped 69 million handsets in Q3 to safe a 20.8 % market share. The brand new information means that worldwide smartphone shipments declined 6.7 % year-on-year (YoY). Though Samsung sliced the largest portion of the market, it noticed a YoY decline of 14.2 % in shipments. Apple reportedly trumped Xiaomi to take the second place within the international smartphone market and witnessed the largest YoY development of 20.8 %.
IDC’s third-quarter report for international smartphone shipments in 2021 means that the double-digit development seen within the early quarter has now come to an finish. This decline is basically attributed to the availability chain and element shortages confronted within the business. Samsung’s shipments declined from 80.4 million in Q3 2020 to 60.9 million Q3 2021. Its YoY market share diminished from 22.7 % to twenty.8 %, seeing a YoY decline in development by 14.2 %. Xiaomi slid all the way down to the third place with its shipments declining from 46.5 million in Q3 2020 to 44.3 million this 12 months in the identical quarter. A year-on-year decline of 4.6 % bore witness, as per IDC.
Apple secured the second place, based on IDC, by transport 50.4 million items within the third quarter of this 12 months in comparison with 41.7 million in the identical quarter final 12 months. Its market share reportedly noticed a big enhance from 11.7 % in Q3 2020 to fifteen.2 % in Q3 2021.
Vivo and Oppo reportedly shipped 33.3 million and 33.2 million smartphone items in Q3 2021, respectively. The 2 OEMs noticed constructive annual development, in contrast to Samsung and Xiaomi. Oppo registered an annual development of 6.8 % whereas Vivo noticed annual development of 5.8 % in Q3 2021, reviews IDC.
The information says the worldwide smartphone shipments stood at 331.2 million in Q3 2021, a YoY decline in comparison with the identical interval final 12 months. The report says that the slowdown in shipments was as a result of provide chain issues and extra pronounced in areas like Central and Japanese Europe (CEE) and Asia/ Pacific (excluding Japan and China) (APeJC). Nevertheless, in areas just like the US, Western Europe, and China, the declines have been a lot much less pronounced, as these areas are often given precedence by distributors.