Handset Country Share Tracker

A vital tracking tool for helping companies measure the success of competitors and partners in their local markets.

February 25, 2014 07:27 woh

According to a recently published handset and smartphone marketshare report for 15 countries in Q4 2013, released to clients through our Country Share Tracker (CST) service, Samsung and Apple are the only two vendors who seized the top spots across 15 major countries worldwide. Samsung captured the number one spot in most countries, including China, India and Brazil, while Apple ranked first in North America and Japan due to solid demand for the new iPhone 5s. In Japan, Apple captured a record share of all smartphones shipped during the quarter, crushing local vendors like Fujitsu and Panasonic and giant Samsung.


November 11, 2013 18:06 nmawston

According to our Country Share Tracker (CST) service -- in a newly published report called China Smartphone Vendor and OS Marketshare : Q3 2013 -- China smartphone shipments surged a huge +91% YoY to record levels in Q3 2013.

China maintained its position as the largest smartphone market worldwide since Q3 2011. Today, smartphone shipments account for 86% of total handset volumes in China, up from 59% one year ago.

Samsung remained in first place in China, while Lenovo and Coolpad maintained second and third positions.

Xiaomi was the star performer in Q3 2013, pushing into the top-5 list in China for the first time since Xiaomi began operations in 2011. Strong performances in e-commerce channels, and the launch of the more-affordable Hongmi phone, were the key drivers behind its surging volumes. More analysis on Xiaomi and China smartphones can be downloaded by clients here.



July 10, 2013 04:04 woh

With global smartphone shipments increasing the market share in developed and developing markets in Q1 2013, we estimate the top 10 smartphone model families accounted for almost five out of seven smartphones shipped worldwide during the quarter.

Our Handset Country Share Tracker (HCST) service are tracking the quartery global shipments of top 35 well-known and well-received smartphone models from Samsung (Galaxy), Apple (iPhone), LG (Optimus), Nokia(Lumia), Blackberry (BB10), HTC (One), Motorola (Razr) and the rising Chinese vendors including Huawei, ZTE, Lenovo and Xiaomi from Q1 2011 to Q1 2013 in this published report.


April 2, 2013 10:19 woh

Global smartphone shipments surged +38% annually in Q4 2012. We estimate the top 10 smartphone families accounted for over two thirds of smartphones shipped worldwide during the quarter. Samsung and Apple top the charts, but Sony's Xperia, LG's Optimus and Huawei 's Ascend series are quietly gaining traction. This report, Global Smartphone Shipments by Family / Model: Q4 2012, available to the clients of our HCST (Handset Country Share Tracker) service, tracks the world's best-selling smartphone families and models by shipment volumes from Q1 2011 to Q4 2012. This report will give you the information on how many units of iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and other flagship models from smartphone vendors have been shipped on a quarterly basis for two years. In this regards, this report is a valuable tool for component makers, car manufacturers, content suppliers, mobile operators, device vendors and other stakeholders who want to identify and measure the world's most-popular smartphones by individual model.

 

 

 

 


January 31, 2013 18:55 nmawston

According to our Country Share Tracker (CST) servicesmartphone shipments surged +64% annually in China during the fourth quarter of 2012. Android and Android forks together accounted for a record volume of all smartphones shipped in China last year. Apple iOS followed in second place. More analysis can be downloaded by clients here.


November 17, 2012 14:49 nmawston

According to our Country Share Tracker (CST) service, China smartphone shipments increased +61% YoY in Q3 2012, surging way ahead of the United States and confirming its position as the world's largest country by volume. Samsung stayed top, but Lenovo is second and closing the gap. Huawei, ZTE and Coolpad continued to jostle for the remaining top-five slots. Almost all the "big 10" smartphone brands in China now use Android, putting pressure on Microkia and Apple iPhone. More analysis and data can be downloaded by clients in this published report.