Samsung Electronics is the leader in many key emerging markets of smartphones

Samsung Electronics is the leader in many key emerging markets of smartphones

Samsung Electronics is the leader in many key emerging markets of smartphones
According to their estimates for the third quarter of 2015, Samsung ranked first for the supply of smartphones in 14 of the 15 countries that belong to the second half of the top 30 global markets. For example, in Egypt and Turkey, the South Korean giant monitors of 53.6% and 45.2% of sales of devices, respectively. In Romania, the share of Samsung is 44.2%, in the Netherlands – 43.3 per cent.

Among the 15 States studied by the leader in terms of production of smartphones is Indonesia, where in July-September 2015 manufacturers have shipped about 10 million units. The share of Samsung handsets in this amount increased to 27.5%, and second place went to local brand Smartfren from 13.7 per cent.

In Strategy Analytics also noted that in the third quarter of 2015 the volume of smartphone market in South-East Asia rose by 10% compared with the previous three months. The largest sale occurred at the above mentioned Indonesia and the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia. These market analysts are predicting strong sales of Samsung products in the future.

Earlier in Strategy Analytics reported that in July-September 2015 in Western Europe, Samsung sold 15.3 million smartphones, and in the Asia-Pacific region, at 23.2 million units. In Central and Latin America, the company sold 11.8 million handsets, and in the middle East and Africa – 16.1 million

However, in North America, where Samsung has put the 10.5 million smartphones, which corresponded to a market share of 26%, the company fell behind Apple. American Corporation was in the lead at home equity rate of 33%.

According to analysts TrendForce, in the third calendar quarter of 2015, the share of Samsung in the global smartphone market fell 2.1 percentage points relative to April-June and amounted to 24.6%. The assets of its nearest rival Apple is 13.7%.

During this period the company was able to increase sales of top-end devices like Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy A and Galaxy J, and also “significantly increased” delivery models average, according to the financial report of Samsung for the third quarter.