Analyst company Counterpoint has been releasing regular reports on smartphone deliveries worldwide for some time. Among other things, they also deal with the analysis of the delivery of individual models on a monthly basis. The 5th month came when we all expected the dominance of the Galaxy S9 series, especially after the successful launch and launch of the 3rd and 4th month, but this did not happen. Somewhat unexpectedly at the tune is the iPhone 8 with a share of 2.4%. This Apple model seems to have revived and Counterpoint claims it is largely successful for a successful marketing campaign in Europe. The iPhone 8 was fourth in the 4th month so the jump was pretty significant.
The second is Galaxy S9 Plus, also with a 2.4% share. And this year, it turned out that the larger model was more successful than the smaller one. The “ordinary” Galaxy S9 is only in the 6th place with a share of 2.1%. The difference is not drastic and shows how much the crowd is in the top five positions. Third place is the iPhone X with 2.3% share, and the fourth is still very well sold Xiaomi Redmi 5A.
The rest of the top list is no less interesting. Huawei P20 Lite is the seventh position, which has proved to be a favorite of many. The eighth place is Vivo X21, and right behind him are Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus (Redmi Note 5) and Oppo A83. All positions and percentages are shown neatly on the graph.