Samsung extended its essence in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) cell phone market in the principal quarter of the year, a report appeared on Monday
a report showed on
Monday, Samsung ups
presence in Europe, Middle
East, Africa in the Jan-Mar
Samsung extended its essence in the
Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
cell phone market in the principal quarter of
the year, a report appeared on Monday.
The South Korean tech monster
dispatched 30.6 million cell phones in the
EMEA market in the January-March period
for a 32.8 percent piece of the pie, as per
the most recent report from industry
scientist International Data Corp. (IDC).
The figures were up from a year sooner
when the organization dispatched 22.7
million cell phones for a 29.5 percent
portion of the overall industry.
"Samsung had a solid quarter and caught
almost two-fifths of the European cell
phone market - its biggest quarterly offer
for a very long time," IDC said.
Xiaomi climbed two spots to take the
second place position after its cell phone
shipments almost multiplied to 14.4 million
units in the primary quarter for a 15.4
percent piece of the pie.
Its Chinese adversary, Shenzhen
Transsion Holdings, came in third with a 15
percent portion of the overall industry by
delivery 14 million cell phones in the initial
three months of 2021, reports Yonhap
Apple tumbled from the subsequent spot to
fourth place with a portion of the overall
industry of 14.3 percent in the wake of
delivery 13.3 million iPhones in the main
The in general EMEA cell phone market
extended to a first-quarter record of 93.06
million units, up 20.9 percent from a year
sooner, with its reasonable worth flooding
29% on-year to US$31.67 billion.
"With a particularly solid appearance to the
initial quarter of the year, notwithstanding,
IDC is expecting an inversion this time of
the lethargic year-on-year decrease in cell
phone deals that we have found in Europe
since 2015," IDC said.