Samsung Galaxy A-series phones accounted for the majority of smartphone sales last year, according to a new report from Counterpoint Research, highlighting the growing demand for the company’s mid-range lineup.
Samsung Galaxy A-series achieves very strong sales
According to Counterpoint Research, throughout 2021, Samsung Galaxy A-series devices accounted for 58% of Samsung’s smartphone sales. Based on the global phone model sales tracker, 59% of Samsung devices sold in the fourth quarter of 2021 were Galaxy A models.
The mid-range lineup also accounted for 56% of its sales in Q1, 60% in Q2, and 57% in Q3, indicating strong demand for many of Samsung’s best cheap phones.
The A Series has been the backbone of Samsung’s sales for the past few years, said Liz Lee, Senior Analyst at Counterpoint.
Lee noted that mid-range devices accounted for nearly two-thirds of all Samsung phones sold in 2021, including the Galaxy A31 and Galaxy A32 devices.
Lee added, “The devices have gained wide traction globally, and are doing well in markets as diverse as North America, Western and Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.
The report is consistent with a previous report by the research company, which indicated that the Galaxy A12 was the best-selling Android smartphone worldwide in 2021. This means that the phone accounted for 2.0% of total smartphone sales last year.
It is worth noting that it was the phone the only From the South Korean tech giant that made it to Counterpoint’s list of the 10 best selling smartphones.
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