Samsung Galaxy A51, the largest seller in the first quarter of 2020, sold a total of 6 million units worldwide; Redmi 8 with 1.9% market share
Corona has broken down almost all sectors, despite the Samsung Galaxy A51 (4G) becoming the world’s best-selling phone in the first quarter of 2020. This claim has been made by research firm Strategy Analytics. According to the report, Samsung sold 6 million units of the Galaxy A51 worldwide from January to March, while Redmi 8 is second in this list. Four Samsung and 2 Xiaomi are in the list of top-selling top 6 phones.
According to the report, Samsung Galaxy A51 (4G) has a 2.3 percent market share in the overall smartphone market.
Redmi 8 is the second best selling Android phone with a 1.9 percent market share.
Galaxy S20 + is at the third position with a market share of 1.7 percent.
The fourth and fifth place are Galaxy A10s and Redmi Note 8 with 1.6 percent market share.
The Galaxy A20s remained sixth with a market share of 1.4 percent.
According to the report, now mobile phone customers are becoming more price-sensitive and in the post Corona virus era they will look for Android smartphones that are more value for money. Juha Winter (Associate Director, Strategy Analytics) said that mobile operators have recently reduced subsidies, and many countries are now facing a post-virus downturn, making smartphone consumers increasingly price-sensitive globally And they are looking for a new Android model which is the best in its price.