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Apple’s iPhone 11 is the most in-demand smartphone in the first quarter of 2020, even after an epidemic, according to a new study released today by research firm Omdia. Apple sold an estimated 19.5 million iPhone 11 models this quarter, thanks to the device’s more affordable price and powerful features.
“For more than five years, the smartphone business has been consistent even in the context of changes in the wireless market and the global economic climate: Apple ranks first or second in Omdia’s global model shipmentranking rankings. Josy Hong, Director of Smartphone Research at Omdia. “Apple’s success is the result of its strategy of offering relatively few models. This allows the company to focus on a small number of products that attract a wide range of consumer choices and sell in large numbers. “
Samsung’s Galaxy A51 was the second most popular smartphone with 6.8 million units, followed by the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 and the Note 8 Pro, with 6.6 million and 6.1 million units shipped, respectively. Apple’s iPhone XR was the best-selling smartphone in the same period last year, coming in fourth with 4.7 million units. The iPhone XR is more popular than the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, although it’s worth noting that the two smartphones are calculated separately rather than together.
Apple has sold an estimated 4.2 million iPhone 11 Pro Max models and 3.8 million iPhone 11 Pro models, with a total of 8 million smartphones sold. If you add the two together, the two models will rank second in the shipping volume ranking.
Omdia is a research company founded after the merger of Informa Tech Research and IHS Markit Technology Research Portfolio.