The smartphone market is falling, and Apple has captured the largest share of the market in the second quarter in 10 years

The smartphone market is falling, and Apple has captured the largest share of the market in the seco

Strategy Analytics rated the world's smartphone market for the second quarter of this year: supply of smart cell phones is declining for the fourth quarter in a row.

Between April and June, a total of about 291 million smartphones were shipped, with an annual drop of approximately 7 per cent: the second quarter of the 2021st shipment was 314 million.

The market leader is Samsung, with 62.5 million smartphones sold and a share of about 21.5%.

In the second place is Apple, which delivered 47.5 million iPhone in three months, making 16.3% of the industry possible.

The company's sales of devices fell by 25.2% in a year, and Chinese Oppo and Vivo also accounted for 9.5% and 8.6% respectively.