Xiaomi has beaten both Samsung and Apple to emerge as the main smartphone vendor in the world during June 2021, the latest Counterpoint report affirmed. Xiaomi has been leading the smartphone market in India for some time and had a remarkable June quarter this year which initially saw it overtake Samsung in Europe and presently, it has surpassed the South Korean gadgets giant globally in June. This is the first run-through when Xiaomi has managed to grab the best position among smartphone makers. Be that as it may, it ranks behind Samsung at the subsequent spot if the whole quarter is taken into the equation.
According to the report, Xiaomi’s sales grew 26% month-on-month in June 2021, making it the fastest-growing brand for the month. Xiaomi was also the number two brand globally for Q2 2021 as far as sales, and cumulatively, has offered near 800 million smartphones since its inception in 2011.
Samsung exploited Huawei’s downfall and was profited from Samsung’s stock constraints right now because of the Covid-19 situation in Vietnam, where the Korean hardware maker manufactures many gadgets. The same period has also seen Xiaomi push towards the exceptional category with its Mi 11 series and also introduce the flagship Mi 11 Ultra.
Xiaomi by and by leads the global smartphone sales charts with a market share of 17.1 percent in June 2021, trailed by Samsung at runner-up with 15.7 percent, and Apple at third place with 14.3 percent.
“Since the time the decline of Huawei started, Xiaomi has been making reliable and aggressive endeavors to fill the gap created by this decline. The OEM has been expanding in Huawei’s and Honor’s legacy markets like China, Europe, Middle East, and Africa. In June, Xiaomi was further aided by China, Europe, and India’s recuperation and Samsung’s decline because of supply constraints,” Tarun Pathak, research chief at Counterpoint, said in a press statement.
The report further adds that going forward, if the situation in Vietnam doesn’t improve, Samsung’s creation is probably going to remain hit with Xiaomi continuing to gain share from the Korean brand. Notwithstanding, when Samsung recuperates, we may see an interesting battle between the two Android smartphone brands.
The comeback will not be easy for Samsung as it is also going through a transition phase, focusing more on the foldable and flip telephones. The Korean tech giant won’t launch any Note gadgets this year while the following S series is as yet a half-year away. This gives Xiaomi a major window to continue its push towards the superior category.
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