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The 1100 (shown here) and 1110 are the best-selling handsets[1]

This is a list of best-selling mobile phones. The best-selling mobile devices are the Nokia 1100 and Nokia 1110, two bar phones released in 2003 and 2005, respectively. Both have sold over 250 million units. The best-selling touchscreen phones are the Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, both released in 2014. Together, they have sold over 220 million units. The best selling cell phone is the Motorola RAZR V3, released in 2004. It sold over 130 million units. The best-selling slider phone is the Samsung E250, released in 2006. It has sold over 30 million units.

Of the 115 phones on the list, Samsung sold the most models, with 34. In 2020, about 1.35 billion mobile phones were sold, with Samsung dominating yearly sales at over 253 million units sold, taking up 18.8% market share. Combined, all mobile phones have shipped over 19 billion units worldwide between 1994 and 2018.[a]

Top-selling mobile phones[edit]

Manufacturer Model Form factor Smartphone? Year Graph (million units)
Nokia 1100 Bar No 2003 250[2][1][3] 250
 
Nokia 1110 Bar No 2005 250[2][1][4] 250
 
Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Touchscreen Yes 2014 222[5][2] 222
 
Nokia 105 (2013) and 105 (2015) Bar No 2013 200[6] 200
 
Nokia 3210 Bar No 1999 160[1][4][7] 160
 
Nokia 6600 Bar Yes 2003 150[2][1] 150
 
Nokia 1200 Bar No 2007 150[2][1][4] 150
 
Nokia 5230 Touchscreen Yes 2009 150[2][1][4] 150
 
Samsung E1100 Bar No 2009 150[2] 150
 
Nokia 2600 (2610/2626/2630) Bar No 2004 135[2][1][4][3] 135
 
Motorola RAZR V3 Flip phone No 2004 130[2][4] 130
 
Nokia 1600 (1650/1661) Bar No 2005 130[2][1][4][3] 130
 
Nokia 3310 (3330) Bar No 2000 126[2][1][4][8] 126
 
Apple iPhone 11 Touchscreen Yes 2019 102.1[9][10] 102.1
 
Nokia 1208 (1209) Bar No 2007 100[2][1][4] 100
 
Nokia 1280 Bar No 2010 100[11] 100
 
Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Touchscreen Yes 2017 86.3[12][9] 86.3
 
Samsung Galaxy S4 Touchscreen Yes 2013 80[2] 80
 
Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Touchscreen Yes 2016 78.3[5] 78.3
 
Apple iPhone XR Touchscreen Yes 2018 77.4[9][13] 77.4
 
Nokia 6010 (6020/6030) Bar No 2004 75[2][4][3] 75
 
Apple iPhone 5 Touchscreen Yes 2012 70[5][2] 70
 
Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy S III Mini Touchscreen Yes 2012 70[14] 70
 
Nokia 5130 (5220/5310) Bar No 2007 65[2][4] 65
 
Apple iPhone X Touchscreen Yes 2017 63[15] 63
 
Apple iPhone 4S Touchscreen Yes 2011 60[2][4][16] 60
 
Motorola StarTAC Flip phone No 1996 60[2][4] 60
 
Motorola C200 Bar No 2003 60[4] 60
 
Motorola C139 Bar No 2005 60[16] 60
 
Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge Touchscreen Yes 2016 55[17] 55
 
Apple iPhone 5S Touchscreen Yes 2013 52[5] 52
 
Nokia 3100 (3120) Bar No 2003 50[4] 50
 
Nokia 6230 (6233) Bar No 2004 50[4] 50
 
Apple iPhone 4 Touchscreen Yes 2010 50[16] 50
 
Apple iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max Touchscreen Yes 2018 48[18] 48
 
Apple iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max Touchscreen Yes 2019 47.5[9][13] 47.5
 
Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge Touchscreen Yes 2015 45[19] 45
 
Nokia N70 (N72/N73) Bar Yes 2005 45[16][3] 45
 
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Touchscreen Yes 2017 41[20] 41
 
Samsung Galaxy S II Touchscreen Yes 2011 40[4] 40
 
Apple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini Touchscreen Yes 2020 38.1[10] 38.1
 
Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e Touchscreen Yes 2019 37[21] 37
 
Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ Touchscreen Yes 2018 35.4[9] 35.4
 
Nokia 2650 Flip phone No 2004 35[4] 35
 
Nokia 6300 Bar No 2006 35[3] 35
 
Apple iPhone 3GS Touchscreen Yes 2009 35[4] 35
 
Huawei P20, P20 Pro and P20 Lite Touchscreen Yes 2018 32[22][9] 32
 
Samsung Galaxy A10 Touchscreen Yes 2019 30.3[9] 30.3
 
Samsung E250 Slider No 2006 30[16] 30
 
LG KP100 Bar No 2008 30[23] 30
 
Samsung Galaxy Note II Touchscreen Yes 2012 30[24] 30
 
Nokia 5200 (5300) Slider No 2006 30[3] 30
 
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro Touchscreen Yes 2019 30[25] 30
 
Samsung Galaxy S Touchscreen Yes 2010 25[26] 25
 
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus Touchscreen Yes 2016 24.2[9] 24.2
 
Samsung Galaxy A50 Touchscreen Yes 2019 24.2[9] 24.2
 
Apple iPhone SE (2nd generation) Touchscreen Yes 2020 24.2[10] 24.2
 
Samsung Galaxy A51 Touchscreen Yes 2019 23.2[10] 23.2
 
Samsung Galaxy A20 Touchscreen Yes 2019 23.1[9] 23.1
 
LG Chocolate VX8500 Slider No 2006 21[27][28][29][30] 21
 
Nokia 2100 Bar No 2003 20[31][7] 20
 
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro Touchscreen Yes 2019 20[32] 20
 
Huawei P30 and P30 Pro Touchscreen Yes 2019 20[33] 20
 
Samsung Galaxy A21s Touchscreen Yes 2020 19.4[10] 19.4
 
Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro Touchscreen Yes 2017 17[34] 17
 
Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro Touchscreen Yes 2018 17[33] 17
 
Samsung Galaxy A01 Touchscreen Yes 2019 16.9[10] 16.9
 
Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max Touchscreen Yes 2020 16.8[10] 16.8
 
HTC Thunderbolt Touchscreen Yes 2011 16[16] 16
 
Huawei Mate 9 Touchscreen Yes 2016 15.8[35] 15.8
 
Samsung Galaxy A11 Touchscreen Yes 2020 15.3[10] 15.3
 
Samsung Galaxy J2 Core Touchscreen Yes 2018 15.2[9] 15.2
 
Nokia 5610 XpressMusic Slider No 2007 15[3] 15
 
Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Touchscreen Yes 2008 15[3] 15
 
Nokia E71 Keyboard bar Yes 2008 15[3] 15
 
Sony Ericsson K300 (K310) Bar No 2004 15[16][36] 15
 
Sony Ericsson K750 Bar No 2005 15[16] 15
 
Sony Ericsson W800 (W810) Bar No 2006 15[16][36] 15
 
Research In Motion (RIM) BlackBerry Pearl Bar Yes 2006 15[16] 15
 
Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Touchscreen Yes 2020 15[10] 15
 
Motorola Droid Bionic Touchscreen Yes 2011 13[16] 13
 
LG Cookie (KP500) Touchscreen No 2009 13[37][38] 13
 
Apple iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus Touchscreen Yes 2015 13[39] 13
 
Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro Touchscreen Yes 2019 12[40] 12
 
Samsung SGH-E700 Flip phone No 2003 10[41] 10
 
Nokia N95 Slider Yes 2007 10[42] 10
 
LG Shine Slider No 2008 10[43] 10
 
Samsung Star/Tocco Lite (S5230) Touchscreen No 2009 10[44] 10
 
Samsung Galaxy Note Touchscreen Yes 2011 10[45][46] 10
 
Xiaomi Mi 2 Touchscreen Yes 2012 10[47] 10
 
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Touchscreen Yes 2013 10[48] 10
 
LG G3 Touchscreen Yes 2014 10[49][50][51] 10
 
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Touchscreen Yes 2017 10[52] 10
 
Xiaomi Redmi 6A Touchscreen Yes 2019 10[53] 10
 
Oppo A5 Touchscreen Yes 2019 9.7[53] 9.7
 
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Touchscreen Yes 2018 9.6[52] 9.6
 
Samsung Galaxy A30 Touchscreen Yes 2019 9.2[53] 9.2
 
Xiaomi Redmi 8A Touchscreen Yes 2019 7.3[13] 7.3
 
Oppo F1 Plus Touchscreen Yes 2016 7[54] 7
 
Xiaomi Redmi 8 Touchscreen Yes 2019 6.8[13] 6.8
 
Samsung Galaxy J4+ Touchscreen Yes 2018 6.4[55] 6.4
 
Apple iPhone Touchscreen Yes 2007 6[56] 6
 
LG Viewty (KU990) Bar No 2007 5[57] 5
 
Samsung Galaxy J6+ Touchscreen Yes 2018 4.9[55] 4.9
 
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Touchscreen Yes 2014 4.5[58] 4.5
 
Samsung Galaxy A10s Touchscreen Yes 2019 3.9[55] 3.9
 
Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G Touchscreen Yes 2020 3.5[55] 3.5
 
Samsung Galaxy A30s Touchscreen Yes 2019 3.4[55] 3.4
 
Nokia N-Gage Taco Yes 2003 3[3] 3
 
LG G2 Touchscreen Yes 2013 3[59][60] 3
 
LeTV LeEco Le 1s Touchscreen Yes 2016 3[61][62] 3
 
Google Pixel and Pixel XL Touchscreen Yes 2016 2.1[63] 2.1
 
Palm Centro Keyboard bar Yes 2007 2[64] 2
 
Nokia N97 Tilt slider Yes 2009 2[3] 2
 
HTC Magic Touchscreen Yes 2009 1[65][66] 1
 

Annual best-selling handsets[edit]

Note: The years represent when the phones were released into the market, not the number sold in that particular year. The number sold represents how many units were sold throughout its whole lifetime. The first cell phone was produced by Motorola. Since then there had been produced around 17.37 billion mobile phones as of 2015.[citation needed]

The Motorola StarTAC from 1996 was the first phone to be widely popular
The Nokia 3310 from 2000 sold 126 million units

1996[edit]

1999[edit]

2000[edit]

2002[edit]

The Nokia 6100 and 6610 (above) from 2002 were the first colour-screen phones to sell over a million

2003[edit]

The Nokia 6600 from 2003 was the first camera phone to sell over a million units
Nokia 1100

2004[edit]

2005[edit]

The Nokia N70 was the first smartphone to sell over a million
The Motorola Q from 2005 was the first QWERTY phone to sell over a million

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

The Nokia N95 was the first non-candybar smartphone to sell over a million

2008[edit]

2009[edit]

The Samsung Star/Tocco Lite (S5230) sold 10 million units

2010[edit]

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

2016[edit]

2017[edit]

2018[edit]

2019[edit]

2020[edit]

Annual sales by manufacturer[edit]

Manufacturer 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015* 2016* 2017* 2018* 2019* 2020*
Alcatel 2,631,000 6,967,000
Apple 2,300,000 12,000,000 24,889,000 46,598,300 89,263,200 130,133,200 150,785,900 191,426,000 225,850,600 216,064,000 214,924,400 219,048,400 219,475,100 199,800,000
BBK 72,408,600
Ericsson 15,914,000 23,827,000 29,785,000 41,467,000 26,956,000
HTC 24,688,400 43,266,900 32,121,800
Huawei 23,814,700 40,663,400 47,288,300 53,295,100 70,499,000 104,094,700 132,824,900 150,534,300 202,901,400 240,615,500 182,600,000
Lenovo 45,284,700 72,748,200
Lenovo/Motorola 84,029,000
LG 26,213,700 42,276,800 54,924,600 61,986,000 78,576,300 102,555,400 122,055,300 114,154,600 86,370,900 58,015,900 69,024,500 76,096,000 55,900,000 40,800,000 29,200,000
Micromax 37,094,000
Microsoft 185,660,000
Motorola 4,000,000 12,000,000 60,000,000 25,328,000 32,319,000 47,818,000 60,094,000 59,097,000 64,640,000 75,177,000 104,124,000 144,920,000 209,251,000 164,307,000 106,590,000 58,475,200 38,553,700 40,269,000 33,916,300
NEC 2,000,000 6,000,000
Nokia 3,000,000 5,000,000 9,000,000 13,000,000 18,000,000 20,593,000 37,374,000 76,335,000 126,369,000 139,672,000 151,422,000 180,672,000 207,231,000 265,615,000 344,916,000 435,453,000 472,315,000 440,881,600 461,318,200 422,478,300 333,938,000 250,793,100
Oppo 85,299,500 112,124,000 118,837,500 118,693,200 111,800,000
Others 248,189,000 299,179,200 488,569,300 597,326,900 587,399,300 613,710,000 629,360,000 635,368,500 682,314,300 582,104,700 566,249,000 536,430,000 454,800,000
Panasonic 8,627,000 13,397,000 15,581,000
RIM 12,000,000 23,000,000 34,000,000 47,451,600 51,541,900 34,210,300 18,000,000 8,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000
Samsung 4,686,000 17,687,000 20,639,000 28,234,000 41,684,000 54,475,000 85,238,000 103,754,000 116,480,000 154,541,000 199,182,000 235,772,000 281,065,800 313,904,200 384,631,200 444,444,200 392,546,000 320,400,000 306,446,600 321,263,300 295,043,700 296,194,000 253,000,000
Siemens 26,989,000 29,753,000 34,618,000 43,754,000 48,456,000 28,591,000
Sony 37,595,700 37,791,000
Sony Ericsson 93,414,500 54,873,400 41,819,200 32,597,500
TCL 37,176,600 49,531,300 64,026,000
Vivo 99,684,800
Xiaomi 56,529,000 65,618,600 122,387,000 126,049,200 145,800,000
Yulong 32,601,400
ZTE 28,768,700 56,881,800 67,344,400 59,898,800 53,910,000
Total 107,818,000 162,856,000 283,581,000 412,731,000 399,583,000 423,418,500 519,985,500 674,001,900 816,562,900 990,862,500 1,152,839,800 1,222,245,200 1,211,236,600 1,596,802,400 1,774,564,100 1,746,175,600 1,806,964,700 1,878,968,000 1,423,900,300 1,495,358,000 1,536,535,500 1,555,267,000 1,540,657,000 1,347,900,000

note: this table is created from the data listed below. from 2015 onward the figures reflect only sales of smartphones (as opposed to feature phones)

1992[edit]

1993[edit]

  • Nokia: 5 million sold

1994[edit]

  • Motorola 12 million sold
  • Nokia: 9 million sold
  • NEC: 6 million sold

1995[edit]

  • Nokia: 13 million sold

1996[edit]

  • Motorola: 60 million sold[70]
  • Nokia: 18 million sold[71]

1997[edit]

[72]

  • Motorola: 25.328 million sold
  • Nokia: 20.593 million sold
  • Ericsson: 15.914 million sold
  • Panasonic: 8.627 million sold
  • Alcatel: 2.631 million sold
  • Others: 34.725 million sold
  • Total: 107.818 million sold

1998[edit]

[73][72]

  • Nokia: 37.374 million sold
  • Motorola: 32.319 million sold[72]
  • Ericsson: 23.827 million sold
  • Panasonic: 13.397 million sold
  • Alcatel: 6.967 million sold
  • Samsung: 4.686 million sold
  • Others: 44.286 million sold
  • Total: 162.856 million sold

1999[edit]

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  • Nokia: 76.335 million sold
  • Motorola: 47.818 million sold
  • Ericsson: 29.785 million sold
  • Samsung: 17.687 million sold
  • Panasonic: 15.581 million sold
  • Others: 96.376 million sold
  • Total: 283.581 million sold

2000[edit]

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  • Nokia: 126.369 million sold
  • Motorola: 60.094 million sold
  • Ericsson: 41.467 million sold
  • Siemens: 26.989 million sold
  • Samsung: 20.639 million sold
  • Others: 137.173 million sold
  • Total: 412.731 million sold

2001[edit]

  • Nokia: 139.672 million sold[75]
  • Motorola: 59.097 million sold
  • Siemens: 29.753 million sold
  • Samsung: 28.234 million sold
  • Ericsson: 26.956 million sold
  • Others: 115.877 million sold
  • Total: 399.583 million sold

2002[edit]

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  • Nokia: 151.4218 million (35.8% market share)
  • Motorola: 64.6401 million (15.3% market share)
  • Samsung: 41.6844 million (9.8% market share)
  • Siemens: 34.6180 million (8.2% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 23.1129 million (5.5% market share)
  • Others: 107.9414 million (25.5% market share)
  • Total: 423.4185 million (100% market share)

2003[edit]

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  • Nokia: 180.6724 million (34.7% market share)
  • Motorola: 75.1771 million (14.5% market share)
  • Samsung: 54.4751 million (10.5% market share)
  • Siemens: 43.7543 million (8.4% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 26.6863 million (5.1% market share)
  • LG: 26.2137 million (5.0% market share)
  • Others: 113.0096 million (21.8% market share)
  • Total: 519.9855 million (100% market share)

2004[edit]

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  • Nokia: 207.2313 million (30.7% market share)
  • Motorola: 104.1242 million (15.4% market share)
  • Samsung: 85.2384 million (12.6% market share)
  • Siemens: 48.4558 million (7.2% market share)
  • LG: 42.2768 million (6.3% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 42.0317 million (6.2% market share)
  • Others: 144.6437 million (21.6% market share)
  • Total: 674.0019 million (100% market share)

2005[edit]

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  • Nokia: 265.6148 million (32.5% market share)
  • Motorola: 144.9204 million (17.7% market share)
  • Samsung: 103.7536 million (12.7% market share)
  • LG: 54.9246 million (6.7% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 51.7738 million (6.3% market share)
  • Siemens: 28.5906 million (3.5% market share)
  • Others: 166.9851 million (20.6% market share)
  • Total: 816.5629 million (100% market share)

2006[edit]

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  • Nokia: 344.9159 million (34.8% market share)
  • Motorola: 209.2509 million (21.1% market share)
  • Samsung: 116.4801 million (11.8% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 73.6416 million (7.4% market share)
  • LG: 61.9860 million (6.3% market share)
  • Others: 184.5880 million (18.6% market share)
  • Total: 990.8625 million (100% market share)

2007[edit]

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  • Nokia: 435.4531 million (37.8% market share)
  • Motorola: 164.307 million (14.3% market share)
  • Samsung: 154.5407 million (13.4% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 101.3584 million (8.8% market share)
  • LG: 78.5763 million (6.8% market share)
  • Apple: 2.3 million sold[82]
  • Others: 218.6043 million (18.9% market share)
  • Total: 1,152.8398 million (100% market share)

2008[edit]

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  • Nokia: 472,315,000 (38.6% market share)
  • Samsung: 199,182,000 (16.3% market share)
  • Motorola: 106,590,000 (8.7% market share)
  • LG: 102,555,400 (8.4% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 93,414,500 (7.6% market share)
  • Apple: 12,000,000 sold[84]
  • Others: 248,189,000 (20.4% market share)
  • Total: 1,222,245,200 (100% market share)

2009[edit]

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  • Nokia: 440.8816 million (36.4% market share)
  • Samsung: 235.7720 million (19.5% market share)
  • LG: 122.0553 million (10.1%market share)
  • Motorola: 58.4752 million (4.8% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 54.8734 million (4.5% market share)
  • Apple: 24.889 million sold[86]
  • Others: 299.1792 million (24.7% market share)
  • Total: 1,211.2366 million (100% market share)

2010[edit]

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  • Nokia: 461.3182 million (28.9% market share)
  • Samsung: 281.0658 million (17.6% market share)[88]
  • LG: 114.1546 million (7.1% market share)
  • Research in Motion: 47.4516 million (3.0% market share)
  • Apple: 46.5983 million (2.9% market share)[89]
  • Sony Ericsson: 41.8192 million (2.6% market share)
  • Motorola: 38.5537 million (2.4% market share)
  • ZTE: 28.7687 million (1.8% market share)[90]
  • HTC: 24.6884 million (1.5% market share)
  • Huawei: 23.8147 million (1.5% market share)
  • Others: 488.5693 million (30.6% market share)
  • Total: 1,596.8024 million (100% market share)

2011[edit]

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  • Nokia: 422.4783 million (23.8% market share)
  • Samsung: 313.9042 million (17.7% market share)[92]
  • Apple: 89.2632 million (5.0% market share)
  • LG: 86.3709 million (4.9% market share)
  • ZTE: 56.8818 million (3.2% market share)[93]
  • Research in Motion: 51.5419 million (2.9% market share)
  • HTC: 43.2669 million (2.4% market share)
  • Huawei: 40.6634 million (2.3% market share)
  • Motorola: 40.2690 million (2.3% market share)
  • Sony Ericsson: 32.5975 million (1.8% market share)
  • Others: 597.3269 million (33.7% market share)
  • Total: 1,774.5641 million (100% market share)

2012[edit]

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  • Samsung: 384.6312 million (22.0% market share)
  • Nokia: 333.9380 million (19.1% market share)
  • Apple: 130.1332 million (7.5% market share)
  • ZTE: 67.3444 million (3.9% market share)
  • LG: 58.0159 million (3.3% market share)
  • Huawei Technologies: 47.2883 million (2.7% market share)
  • TCL Communication: 37.1766 million (2.1% market share)
  • Research in Motion: 34.2103 million (2.0% market share)
  • Motorola: 33.9163 million (1.9% market share)
  • HTC: 32.1218 million (1.8% market share)
  • Others: 587.3996 million (33.6% market share)
  • Total: 1,746.1756 million (100% market share)

2013[edit]

[95]

2013 in mobile phones
  • Samsung: 444.4442 million (24.6% market share)
  • Nokia: 250.7931 million (13.9% market share)
  • Apple: 150.7859 million (8.3% market share)
  • LG: 69.0245 million (3.8% market share)
  • ZTE: 59.8988 million (3.3% market share)
  • Huawei: 53.2951 million (2.9% market share)
  • TCL Communication: 49.5313 million (2.7% market share)
  • Lenovo: 45.2847 million (2.5% market share)
  • Sony Mobile Communications: 37.5957 million (2.1% market share)
  • Yulong: 32.6014 million (1.8% market share)
  • Others: 613.7100 million (34% market share)
  • Total: 1,806.9647 million (100% market share)

2014[edit]

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  • Samsung: 392.546 million (20.9% market share)
  • Apple: 191.426 million (10.2% market share)
  • Microsoft: 185.660 million (9.9% market share)
  • Lenovo Motorola: 84.029 million (4.5% market share)
  • LG: 76.096 million (4% market share)
  • Huawei: 70.499 million (3.8% market share)
  • TCL Communication: 64.026 million (3.4% market share)
  • Xiaomi: 56.529 million (3% market share)
  • ZTE: 53.910 million (2.9% market share)
  • Sony Mobile: 37.791 million (2% market share)
  • Micromax: 37.094 million (2% market share)
  • Others: 629.360 million (33.5% market share)
  • Total: 1,878.968 million (100% market share)

2015[edit]

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Note that previous years have listed sales of mobile phones including non smartphones (so called feature phones) while from 2015 and on the statistics only show smartphone sales.

  • Samsung: 320.4 million (22.5% market share)
  • Apple: 225.8506 million (15.9% market share)
  • Huawei: 104.0947 million (7.3% market share)
  • Lenovo: 72.7482 million (5.1% market share)
  • Xiaomi: 65.6186 million (4.6% market share)
  • Others: 635.3685 million (44.6% market share)
  • Total: 1,423.9003 million (100% market share)

2016[edit]

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  • Samsung: 306.4466 million (20.5% market share)
  • Apple: 216.0640 million (14.4% market share)
  • Huawei: 132.8249 million (8.9% market share)
  • OPPO: 85.2995 million (5.7% market share)
  • BBK Communication Equipment: 72.4086 million (4.8% market share)
  • Others: 682.3143 million (45.6% market share)
  • Total: 1,495.3580 million (100% market share)

2017[edit]

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  • Samsung: 321.2633 million (20.9% market share)
  • Apple: 214.9244 million (14% market share)
  • Huawei: 150.534.3 million (9.8% market share)
  • OPPO: 112.124 million (7.3% market share)
  • Vivo: 99.6848 million (6.5% market share)
  • Others: 638.0047 million (41.5% market share)
  • Total: 1,536.5355 million (100% market share)

2018[edit]

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  • Samsung: 295.0437 million (19% market share)
  • Apple: 209.0484 million (13.4% market share)
  • Huawei: 202.9014 million (13% market share)
  • Xiaomi: 122.3870 million (7.9% market share)
  • OPPO: 118.837.5 million (7.6% market share)
  • Others: 607.0490 million (39% market share)
  • Total: 1,555,267.0 (100.0% market share)

2019[edit]

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  • Samsung: 296.194 million (19.2% market share)
  • Huawei: 240.6155 million (15.6% market share)
  • Apple: 193.4751 million (10.5% market share)
  • Xiaomi: 126.0492 million (8.2% market share)
  • OPPO: 118.6932 million (7.7% market share)
  • Others: 565.630 million (36.7% market share)
  • Total: 1,540.657 million (100% market share)

2020[edit]

[102]

  • Samsung: 253 million (18.8% market share)
  • Apple: 199.8 million (14.8% market share)
  • Huawei: 182.6 million (13.5% market share)
  • Xiaomi: 145.8 million (10.8% market share)
  • OPPO: 111.8 million (8.3% market share)
  • Others: 454.8 million (33.7% market share)
  • Total: 1,347.9 million (100% market share)

2021 (Q1)[edit]

[103]

  • Samsung: 77 million (23% market share)
  • Apple: 57 million (17% market share)
  • Xiaomi: 49 million (15% market share)
  • OPPO: 38 million (11% market share)
  • Vivo: 37 million (11% market share)
  • Others: 82 million (24% market share)
  • Total: 340 million (100% market share)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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