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For April, Apple’s iPhone 13 Models Won the Top 3 spots Globally while the iPhone 12 beat Samsung’s high-end Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G

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It’s being reported today that Apple led the global best-selling smartphone list with five models, followed by Samsung and Xiaomi with four and one smartphone respectively. The top 10 models captured 21% of the total smartphone market.


The Apple models in the top 10 accounted for 89% of its total sales for the month. Owing to its slim portfolio, Apple has always had multiple models in the best-sellers list. With a broader and more diverse portfolio, Samsung’s top models made up just 22% of its total sales.


Apple continues to do well with three of its latest iPhone 13 models capturing the top three spots. Unlike its last generation, the non-Pro iPhone 13 model has maintained a lead every month since launch and has done better than the Pro variants in terms of sales in most large markets.


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The report further noted that the recently launched iPhone SE 2022 saw triple-digit MoM growth, entering the top 10 list. The model has done particularly well in Japan where it topped the sales chart for April and captured 18% of the nation’s smartphone market share.


iPhone 12 captured the 4th spot with increased sales in Japan and India. It is the sole model in the list which was present in the best-sellers list in April 2021.


To review stats for Samsung and Xiaomi, read the full Counterpoint report.


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