The iPhone 6S Apple is increasingly struggling to establish itself on the smartphone market. As we reported here a few days ago, Samsung and Huawei outperform Apple in China with sales that keep growing. Now the same pattern seems to be repeated in the United States.
According to a new report published on the site Kantar World Panel, the Samsung Galaxy S7 would sell better than Apple’s iPhone 7 in the United States. More precisely, the South Korean brand had a 37% market share on smartphone sales in the spring, while the Californian firm owned “only” 29%.
Similarly, this is also seen in the sales of high-end models of the two brands. For Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, the share of sales was 16%, while for Apple’s iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, it was limited to 14.6%.
Finally, if the Asian giant has been able to surpass Apple, it is certainly thanks to the freshness and quality of its products, the release date of which only dates back to March. It could therefore be that the arrival of the iPhone 7 in September will change the situation and relaunch the Cupertino smartphones again…