Thinking of buying a new phone, you might want to buy from the highest selling smartphones. Here is the list of the top 10 highest selling smartphones in 2019.
1. Apple iPhone XR
Apple’s strategy of having an ‘affordable’ iPhone and then lowering its prices (through deals and offers) in some parts of the world seems to have paid off. As per IHS Market, Apple sold 26.4 million units in the first half of 2019.
2. Samsung Galaxy A10
Samsung’s entry-level smartphone, the Galaxy A10 is the second best-selling smartphone, as per IHS Market. Samsung shipped 13.4 million units of the Galaxy A10.
3. Samsung Galaxy A50
Another Samsung which shipped 12 million units of the Galaxy A50 so far in 2019.
4. Apple iPhone 8
iPhone 8 was launched in 2017 and continues to be amongst the best-selling smartphones in the world. As per the report, Apple shipped 10.3 million units.
5. Xiaomi Redmi 6A
Xiaomi’s entry-level smartphone, Redmi 6A is the fifth best-selling smartphone with 10 million units shipped in the first two quarters of 2019.
6. Xiaomi Redmi Note 7
The second Xiaomi phone on the list is Redmi Note 7. Xiaomi shipped 10 million units of this smartphone.
7. Samsung Galaxy J2 Core
Samsung’s third phone on the list is another budget device, the Galaxy J2 Core. 9.9 million units of the smartphone have been shipped.
8. Oppo A5
9. Apple iPhone XS Max
Apple shipped 9.6 million units of its most expensive iPhone in the market.
10. Samsung Galaxy A30
The 10th best-selling smartphone in the world is Samsung Galaxy A30. The South Korean company shipped 9.2 million units of the smartphone.
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