The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has become the top-selling 5G smartphone, with a market share of 5% in September, according to research firm Counterpoint.
The second was the Huawei P40 Pro model, which accounted for 4.5% of sales of smartphones supporting work in new generation communication networks.
China leads the way in the adoption of 5G networks, and in the third quarter, 5G smartphone sales accounted for more than half of all sales in that country. For example, Huawei Nova 7, which ranks third in sales in September, was sold only in China and showed a result of 4.3% of all sales of such smartphones. In the top ten 5G smartphones, there are two more Samsung models – Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy Note 20. Also in the top-selling list are two models of OPPO smartphones and one each Vivo and Honor.
The situation with the leaders in the fourth quarter may change due to the release of the iPhone 12 line of smartphones, which traditionally shows good results at the start of sales.