Despite everything happening in the world in the first six months of 2020, Apple’s iPhone 11 became the most sent phone on the planet according to new numbers provided by Omdia.
The same handset was by far the most popular phone in 2020, with an estimated 37.7 million units. In perspective, that is almost 11 million more than last year’s best-selling product – iPhone XR.
It’s easy to see what made the iPhone 11 so popular. A combination of capacity and price makes the handset a convincing purchase, while phones around the price point normally have a big negative. With the iPhone 11, it is not the case that the handset can handle everything that is thrown at it, at the same time as it packs a class camera in the best class. It takes pretty good stills too!
Samsung and Xiaomi round the top three, with Apple accounting for five of the ten best-selling smartphones in the first half of 2020. iPhone SE also helped and placed in fifth place.
According to Omdia’s smartphone market report, Apple shipped 13% more iPhones in the second quarter of this year compared to the year before thanks to the success of iPhone 11 and the recently released iPhone SE.
All eyes are already on Apple’s plans for 2021, with four new iPhones to be announced in the coming weeks. Several price points are again expected to be covered.
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