iPhone 12 takes one-third of Q1 smartphone revenue, says Counterpoint
What you need to know
- New figures claim the iPhone 12 accounted for one-third of global smartphone revenue in Q1 2021.
- Counterpoint Research says Q1 was dominated by the iPhone in terms of both revenue and volume.
- The quarter as a whole was supposedly a record-setting $100 billion quarter globally.
A new report says the iPhone 12 lineup dominated the smartphone market in Q1 of 2021, accounting for one-third of all smartphone revenue.
From Counterpoint Research:
The iPhone 12 Pro Max was reportedly the best-selling US smartphone, and every phone on the list apart from the iPhone 11 and iPhone SE was 5G capable.
The iPhone 12 dominated not only in terms of revenue but volume too:
As you can see from the data, according to Counterpoint even the struggling iPhone 12 mini pulled in more revenue than phones like the Samsung Galaxy S21.
Whilst Counterpoint's figures are usually based on estimations rather than sales data, the overall trends show Apple's iPhone 12 is the best iPhone in recent memory, and customers seem to agree.
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