In 2021, Samsung accounted for more than 61% of the total sales of folding phones in the world
Samsung is one of the leading brands in the field of foldable smartphones and with its initial entry, it has basically created a new category of products in the market. Considering that the South Korean giant dominates the foldable phone market, it seems that the company’s first condition has also come true.
quoted from Gizmochina And according to a new report from the Omdia analytics company, Samsung has more than 61% of the market share for the sale of foldable phones in 2021. In addition, Samsung was said to own five of the top eleven flip phones.
According to the report, Galaxy Z Flip from 1.1 million units in 2020.
Galaxy Z Fold 3
Apart from making some minor but important changes to the Galaxy Z Flip 3, the company also The price of the mentioned phone was significantly reduced compared to the previous generation (nearly $400), which helped to increase its sales.
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On the other hand, Samsung also Galaxy Z Fold 3 launched at $200 cheaper than its predecessor, at $1,799, which led to a significant increase in sales from 700,000 units in 2020 to 2.5 million units annually. 2021.
The Omdia report added that the total sales of the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 were about 7.1 million units, accounting for more than 61 percent of the total number of phones sold. Finally, it is predicted that in 2022, Samsung will be able to occupy more than 70% of the foldable phone market in the world.