Apple and Samsung dominate the US market in the second quarter of 2020
Apple and Samsung dominate the US market in the second quarter of 2020

The latest report from market research firm Canalys indicated that smartphone companies such as Apple and Samsung sold about 31.9 million smartphones in the US in the second quarter of 2020, down 5% year-on-year. On the other hand, an increase. 11% more every quarter.

The report indicated that the reopening of Chinese factories at the end of March of last year and the reopening of stores in May and June were the main factors behind the continued growth of the market.

Samsung and Apple account for 7 of the 10 sold. Apple set a new national record with 15 million iPhones shipped in the second quarter, and its flagship iPhone 11 shipped 15 more than the iPhone 10R. %. The product will go on sale in 2019. With the introduction of the iPhone SE, Apple's market share increased to 47% compared to the previous month.

At Samsung, shipments of the Galaxy S series were down 59% compared to the Galaxy S10 series in the second quarter of 2019. Samsung used its low-end phones (such as Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10e) to support broadcast. The average smartphone price in the US is $ 503, down 10% from the second quarter of 2019.

The rescue program, known as Federal Grants, offers discounted calls to low-income Americans. As tens of thousands of people lose their jobs, the demand for extremely cheap Android smartphones from lesser-known brands like Unimax and Wiko for citizens qualified as distributors is also increasing.

According to this report, about 70% of smartphones shipped to the US will be manufactured in China in the second quarter of 2020, up from 60% in the previous quarter.



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