Europe’s best-selling smartphones were chosen 10:39

According to the results of the first quarter of 2024, Samsung occupied 37% of the European market. This is stated in a study by an analytical company. channels.

According to the company’s report, smartphone shipments in Europe (excluding Russia) increased by 2% compared to last year, reaching 33.1 million devices.

Samsung ranked first by launching 12.1 million smartphones, accounting for 37% of the total market. The second place was taken by Apple, which sold 7.3 million devices and captured 22% of the market. At the same time, at the end of last year, Apple ranked first in the market. Xiaomi ranks among the top three with 16% market share and 5.4 million smartphone sales.

The most popular models were iPhone 15 Pro Max (2.6 million), iPhone 15 Pro (1.6 million) and Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra (1.6 million). Also in the top 10 are Samsung Galaxy A15 (1.6 million), iPhone 15 (1.4 million), Redmi 13C (1.2 million), Galaxy A15 5G (1.2 million), Galaxy S24 (1.1 million). ), Redmi Note 13 4G (1.1 million) featured. and Galaxy A25 5G (900 thousand).

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Source: Gazeta

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