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Samsung Continues to Lead the Mobile Market, but an Unlikely Competitor Is Gaining Momentum

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Transsion, a relatively unknown manufacturer, is experiencing remarkable growth in the global market. According to the latest report from Omdia, the decline in mobile phone sales in the global market is starting to slow down. Samsung remains the leader despite a slight drop in market share compared to the previous year’s third quarter. However, there’s a surprising contender you might not be familiar with: Transsion. Let’s start with the usual data.

Samsung, with a 19% Market Share

Samsung Leads the Global Market. Samsung currently holds a 19% market share as of the close of the third quarter of 2023. In the previous quarter (Q2), this figure was 20%, and it was 21% when compared to Q3 of 2022. This translates to an overall 8.2% decline when comparing the three quarters of the previous year. Despite the drop, Samsung retains its leadership position.

Apple’s 18% Market Share and Growth

Apple closely follows with an 18% market share, just 1% less. Apple is not experiencing a decline in shipments; it has grown by 2.3% year-on-year and is achieving record quarterly revenues, thanks to the successful launch of the iPhone 15.

Xiaomi and OPPO: A Tale of Two Perspectives on China

Xiaomi and the OPPO Group: Two Perspectives on China. Xiaomi continues to show sustained growth, slightly exceeding Apple’s. It boasts a 2.5% year-on-year growth and a market share of 14%. The manufacturer has managed to maintain stable shipments and weather the storm. It is one of the few OEMs not experiencing a decline, as the Chinese market presents a somewhat divided scenario.

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The OPPO Group, which includes OnePlus, holds a 9% market share after a significant 8.6% decline. The European market has posed some challenges for OPPO, which has ceased operations in countries like France due to patent disputes with Nokia. Huawei also experienced a significant decline of 22.1% year-on-year, as did Realme with a 10.5% drop.

Transsion’s 48.6% Year-on-Year Growth and Emerging Markets Focus

Transsion: A Rising Star. You might not be familiar with Transsion. It is a phone manufacturer based in Shenzhen, primarily focused on the Chinese market and emerging markets, including Africa. Transsion includes the brands Tesne, Itel, and Infinis. Transsion’s growth has been the most significant in the table.

We’re talking about a 48.6% year-on-year growth with 17.7 million units shipped. A remarkable figure that places it on par with the 9% market share of the OPPO Group, with only a 300,000-unit difference.

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Positive Signs in the Global Market

The Market Shows Signs of Recovery. The global market has seen a 13.4% increase compared to the previous quarter, despite a 0.7% decrease compared to the previous year. According to this data, the deceleration in sales decline is becoming evident, slowly progressing towards the path of recovery.

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