In Q3 2020, worldwide smartphone shipments diclined 1% YoY, shipments reached 348 million units, 22% more than Q2 2020.
According to Canalys, Samsung regained the top spot, sold 80.2 million units in Q3 2020 with 2% growth. The Chinese company Huawei pushed to second place with 51.7 million units, falls 23%. For the first time, Xiaomi, another Chinese company, took third place with 47.1 million units and saw 45% growth. While, Apple slipped to 4th place with 43.2 million shipements, down 1%.
Canalys also revealed a list of the top 10 best-selling smartphones during the third quarter of the year. Samsung took five spots in the top ten list in Q3 2020, Xiaomi had 3, while Apple secured 2 spots.
Apple’s iPhone 11 was the best selling smartphone globally in the Q3 2020. Apple’s iPhone SE 2020 with more than 10 million shipments was at the second spot.
About Android, Samsung’s Galaxy A21s was the best selling Android smartphone, ranked third in the top 10 list. The entry-level Samsung Galaxy A11 in fourth place and the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A51 on fifth position.
Check the complete list below.
- iPhone 11
- iPhone SE
- Galaxy A21s
- Galaxy A11
- Galaxy A51
- Redmi Note 9/Redmi 10x 4G
- Redmi 9
- Galaxy A31
- Redmi 9A
- Galaxy A01 Core
#Samsung took five spots in the world's top 10 shipping smartphones in Q3 2020, driven by its Galaxy A series portfolio. The vendor regained the No.1 position globally with shipments increased by 2% y-o-y. Read our Q3 2020 smartphone market report at https://t.co/3dQ7dSiY1a pic.twitter.com/86XPCZC7uJ
— Canalys (@Canalys) November 9, 2020