On the other hand, in the case of 5G compatible models, obviously not in the alley either.
THE Counterpoint The premium segment's analysis ended again with Apple's outstanding 52% dominance. Analysts begin defining the premium category at $ 600-800 ($ 179-239,000), followed by the $ 800-999 ($ 239-299,000) band, followed by devices above $ 1,000 ($ 300,000). they are coming. In the first category, the iPhone XR is still the market leader, but the popularity of the iPhone 11 is also significant.
However, Samsung is the leader in 5G support. Overall, 5G models represent 5% of the premium segment, followed by Samsung with 73%, followed by LG with 11% and Vivo with 5%. South Korea, North America and China were among the first to make 5G networks available, and the most popular model in the category is the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, which has been one-third of sales since the start of the year.
By the way, Samsung ranks second in the high-end mobile market globally with 25%, while Huawei has been able to remain a strong third in such an international position, mainly due to its popularity in the domestic market. OnePlus and LG both slipped into the top 5 by 2%.
The success of OnePlus is not surprising, with the 7T and 7T Pro still high in India growing sales, however, LG's mobile business is expected to experience a 30% annual decline in Q3. In contrast, they are up 20% in the premium segment, mainly thanks to the LG V50 ThinQ 5G.
Most handsets are sold globally in the $ 600- $ 800 price range (Apple), while sales of models over $ 1,000 have fallen slightly. The fastest-growing price segment is between $ 800 and $ 999, with Samsung up 145% on the same period last year, mainly due to the S10 and Note10 series.