The latest data from Kantar "shows 25% of iPhone 12 models were bought for ‘5G capability’ across major Markets and significantly over-indexed vs. the average smartphone bought", with the iPhone 11 still very popular and Samsung's sales share also up by 2.3%.
Chinese smartphone vendor Huawei plays mostly in the US$1000+ space, with models like the P40 Pro+ 5G being among the latest to show off a host of highly impressive features, but at a price. Thus a model from Huawei that seeks to compete in the lower ranks is something not seen that often.
Sales of 5G smartphones accounted for 14% of total smartphone sales in the US in August, a big rise from just 3% in January, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.
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