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Mark Peters : August 4th 2017 - 15:37 CET

Samsung Galaxy phones twice as popular as iPhone

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CanalysSamsung smartphones twice as popular as Apple's iPhone : Canalys reports that iPhone shipments return to growth as Galaxy S8 tests Android smartphone pricing limits. Samsung Galaxy smartphones lead the worldwide smartphone market in Q2 2017 with shipments of over 79 million mobile devices, leaving growth relatively flat. Apple held on to second place by shipping 41 million iPhones, increasing its annual shipments volume by 2%, despite anticipation building for a significant product refresh in Q4 2017. Worldwide shipments of 38 million phones, growth of 20% for Huawei, helped it close the gap with the leading smartphone vendors and get within 3 million devices of taking the second place from Apple. Oppo and Xiaomi are today's top performers in fourth and fifth spot, growing shipments 44% and 52% respectively.
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iPhone most popular smartphone in North America
Over 340 million smartphones shipped in Q1 2017, an increase of almost 4% year on year. Canalys Research Analyst Vincent Thielke reports: "The global smartphone market continued to grow in Q2, despite India and China both slipping into decline. Smartphone shipments to North America increased around 7% year on year, with Apple growing 10%. Apple outperformed Samsung despite the launch of the new Galaxy S8, and growing anticipation for the next iPhone."

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Galaxy S8 demand overestimated
"Shipments of the premium Galaxy S8 have been strong in some regions, but there are clear signs that demand has been overestimated," said Canalys Senior Analyst Tim Coulling.

"Canalys’ channels research has revealed inventory buildup in Europe, which when combined with discounting in the United States, indicates Samsung may be testing the limits of Android smartphone pricing. As Apple looks to refresh the iPhone, even with its unique user experience, it too must justify any significant price increases with tangible improvements to both feature set and design.", Tim added.

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