The smartphone market was seriously reduced in the second quarter, and Samsung is the leader

The smartphone market was seriously reduced in the second quarter, and Samsung is the leader

Canallys released a study of the global smartphone market in the second quarter of this year: annual deliveries declined by 9% due to several factors.

Between April and June, 287.4 million smart cellular machines were shipped worldwide, compared with 315.6 million in the previous year.

Analysts say that the current geopolitical environment, high inflation and lower consumer confidence in general have a negative impact on smartphone sales, and the supply of smartphones is likely to continue to decline in the near future.

In the second quarter, the market leader was South Korean giant Samsung, with a share of approximately 21%: the company's annual supply rose by 6%; Apple's second position was 17%; Oppo and Vivo also joined the top five, holding 10% and 9% of the global industry, respectively. All other suppliers joined 29%.

The decline in the smartphone market is also reported by the International Data Corporation, which reported an annual decline of 8.7 per cent to 286.0 million units.