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Galaxy S22 Ultra becomes Samsung’s best-selling phone

Galaxy S22 Ultra was the most popular Android smartphone in April; Samsung’s cheaper Galaxy A13 followed suit, and unsurprisingly both devices performed very well when it came to global market share. For those interested, the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s market share was 1.5% in April, while Samsung’s second most popular phone was the Galaxy A13 with a 1.4% market share. The budget Galaxy A03 COre also managed to capture 1.4% of the market.

The fourth and last Samsung phone to enter the top ten was the Galaxy A53 5G, which achieved a 1.3% market share. It was followed by the Redmi Note 11 LTE, which managed to maintain a similarly large market share in smartphones.

Despite the obvious success of the Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, it would be fair to say that the phone is not currently the most popular smartphone on the market. Why? Why? Apple is doing business. Introduced by the flagship, the flagship was definitely the most popular Android smartphone in April, but if you look at other ecosystems, Apple came out on top with four iPhone models.

The iPhone 13 had the largest share of the global market – 5.5%, followed by the iPhone 13 Pro Max 3.4%, followed by the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 12 1.8% and 1.6% respectively.

You can look at the diagram above and see that there are no other Galaxy S22 variants listed. According to analysts, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has managed to enjoy this popularity as it is the device of choice for all users of the now-defunct Galaxy Note series and is the only true successor to the S22 Ultra. to the Galaxy. Note series with built-in S Pen and Edge screen.

Source: Port Altele



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