Preliminary Q3 Sales of Smartphones for 2019
September 12, 2019
As the third quarter of 2019 comes to a close, several smartphones are rising to the top of the popularity and sales scale. Whether your customers are iPhone fans, love the Android operating system or are looking for the best Samsung smartphone on the market, take a look at these top-selling smartphones. Issoy can stock your shelves with the phones customers are guaranteed to buy.
Samsung S10 and S10+
Released in March 2019, the Samsung S10 has quickly climbed to the top of the charts. By minimizing discrepancies between the Snapdragon and Exynos variants, Samsung has created a great phone for both U.S. users and those who either live in or operate often within the Europe. Since its initial release, Samsung has improved the S10’s camera by adding a night mode that takes better shots in low lighting. With great battery life and stellar performance, the S10 sits on the top of the list for best smartphones in Q3 2019.
The iPhone XR was the top-selling iPhone during the third fiscal quarter of 2019, although it may soon have some competition with the release of the iPhone 11. In the meantime, the iPhone Xs, Xs Max and the XR accounted for 67 percent of all market sales for the iPhone in Q3. As far as market shares go, the iPhone X models accounted for 48 percent of market shares across the U.S., the company’s largest share of the smartphone market for a single model since 2015. And good news for consumers: the iPhone XR is the most affordable iPhone, too.
If you’re looking for a lower price on a high-end smartphone for your clients, consider the S10e. With a stellar camera, great speakers and a 3.5mm audio jack – a disappearing feature among many smartphones these days – this smartphone is a great option for those looking for a powerful processor with a lower price tag.
Huawei P Smart
As far as budget smartphones are concerned, Huawei’s P Smart 2019 is available at a quarter of the price of some of the offerings from U.S. vendors. Although there are some drawbacks – limited band frequency in the U.S., for example – the phone is a great option for its price point.