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Counterpoint: iPhone XR, Samsung Galaxy A50 are the top-selling Apple and Android phones of 2019

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Counterpoint Research has recently published its report showing the performance of the mobile phone brands and 2019.
Counterpoint: iPhone XR, Samsung Galaxy A50 are the top-selling Apple and Android phones of 2019
File photo: Samsung Galaxy A50

Apple and Samsung dominated the list

It showed the top 10 list of the best-selling mobile phone models in the world. Apple dominated the list with a total of 6 smartphones. Samsung has 3 phones on the list. OPPO got one.
Top 10 globally
Top 10 globally

On the very top of the list of the iPhone XR from 2018 with 3 percent of the total market share. The iPhone XR is dubbed as the "budget" iPhone. Next on the list is the iPhone 11, the 2019 iPhone packed with a dual-camera setup and powerful overall specs. It achieved 2.1 percent of the market share.

At number 3 is the best-selling Android smartphone in the world for 2019, the Samsung Galaxy A50 with 1.8 percent of the market share. The Galaxy A50 is the fruit of Samsung's revamped strategy in the mid-tier smartphone category. It comes with an OLED display with an In-Display fingerprint scanner, triple-cameras, and good specs for the price.

Next on the list is another Samsung, the Galaxy A30 with 1.7 percent of the market share. The sole OPPO in the list is the OPPO A5 with 1.3 percent of the market share.

Completing the top 10 are the iPhone 8, Galaxy A20, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 7, and iPhone XS Max.
Top 10 per region
Top 10 per region

Counterpoint also showed the top-selling smartphones per region. Some of the notable phones included in the regional list that's not a part of the top 10 global list are the Galaxy J2 Core, Moto E5 Play, Galaxy J4 Core, Galaxy A40, Galaxy A2 Core, Galaxy A10s, OPPO A9, Vivo Y9, Vivo Y93s, Huawei P30, OPPO A5s, and realme C2.

No 5G phones are included in the list yet as its combined market share contributed only to 1 percent. However, Counterpoint said that it might change in 2020 as the networks roll out 5G services.

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