Apple's iPhone XR was the Top Selling Smartphone in the World in Q3 while the iPhone 11 Zoomed to #5 in its first 10 days
For Q3 2019, Apple's iPhone XR was the top-selling model globally in Q3 2019, capturing 3% market share. In fact, except for the launch quarter in September 2018, iPhone XR has been the top-selling model globally in every quarter since Q4 2018. The XR alone contributed to over one-quarter of the total Apple sales during the quarter, making it the bestselling model for Apple across all regions.
According to Counterpoint Research, Apple also adjusted the price of the iPhone XR in China and several other markets, which helped keep demand strong during the quarter. The iPhone 11 also made its debut in the top 10 within the launch quarter.
More specifically, the iPhone 11 zoomed to number 5 in just 10 days on the market in Q3 which is a rather impressive sales record right out of the gate. The more expensive iPhone 11 Pro didn't make the top 10 smartphones for the quarter.
Three of Samsung's new economical A-Series phones made the top ten. The Galaxy A10 came in second, the A-50 came in third and the A-20 came in seventh.
Surprisingly Oppo had 3 of their smartphones in the top 10. The Opp A9 came in fourth spot, the Oppo A5 came in sixth and the Oppo A5 came in eighth spot.
Huawei's P30 came in dead last.