List of best-selling mobile phones

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The Nokia 1100 is the world's best-selling handset[1]

This is a list of best-selling mobile phones.

Top-selling mobile phones[edit]

Manufacturer Model Form factor Release year Units sold (millions) Relative size of sales
Nokia 1100 Bar 2003 250[1] 250
 
Nokia 1110 Bar 2005 250[1] 250
 
Nokia 1200 2007 150[2] 150
 
Nokia 5230 2009 150[2] 150
 
Nokia 3210 1999 160[2] 160
 
Nokia 6600 2003 150[2] 150
 
Nokia 5130 (5220/5310) 2007 65 65
 
Nokia 3100 (3120) 2003 50 50
 
Nokia 6230 (6233) 2004 50 50
 
Nokia 2600 (2610/2626/2630) 2004 135 135
 
Nokia 1600 (1650/1661) 2006 130 130
 
Nokia 3310 (3330) 2000 126[3] 126
 
Nokia 1208 (1209) 2007 100 100
 
Nokia 6010 (6020/6030) 2004 75 75
 
Nokia 6270 (6280) Slider 2005 30 30
 
Nokia 5200 (5300) Slider 2006 30 30
 
Nokia E71 Keyboard 2008 15 15
 
Nokia 6120 1998 15 15
 
Nokia 3510 2002 15 15
 
Nokia 6100 2002 15 15
 
Nokia 6610 2002 15 15
 
Apple iPhone 3GS 2009–2012 35 35
 
Apple iPhone 4 2010–2013 50 50
 
Apple iPhone 4S 2011–2014 60[4] 60
 
Apple iPhone 5 2012–2013 70 70
 
Apple iPhone 5S 2013 52[5] 52
 
Apple iPhone 5C 2013–2015 16[5] 16
 
Apple iPhone 6 and 6 plus 2014 100 100
 
Samsung S8300 Tocco Ultra 2009 12 12
 
Samsung E1100 2009-2012 150 150
 
Samsung Star 2009–2011 30 30
 
Samsung E250 2006 30 30
 
Samsung Galaxy S 2010–2012 25 25
 
Samsung Galaxy S II 2011–2012 40 40
 
Samsung Galaxy S III 2012–2013 60 60
 
Samsung Galaxy S4 2013 80 80
 
Samsung Galaxy S5 2014 11[6] 11
 
Samsung Galaxy Note II 2012-2013 38 38
 
Motorola StarTAC 1996 60 60
 
Motorola C200 Bar 2003–2006 60 60
 
Motorola V220 2003 15 15
 
Motorola RAZR V3 2004 130 130
 
Motorola PEBL U6 2005 15 15
 
Motorola SLVR L6 2005 15 15
 
Motorola SLVR L7 2005 15 15
 
Motorola KRZR K1 2006 15 15
 
Motorola V195 2006 15 15
 
Alcatel One Touch Mini OT-708 2009 5 5
 
HTC Thunderbolt 2011–2012 16 16
 
LG Chocolate 2009 15 15
 
LG Optimus One 2010 10 10
 
RIM BlackBerry Pearl 2006 15 15
 
BenQ-Siemens S68 2006 15 15
 
Siemens M30 (M35i) 2000 15 15
 
Siemens A50 2002 15 15
 
Sony Ericsson K300 2004 15 15
 
Sony Ericsson J300 2005 15 15
 
Sony Ericsson K750 2005 15 15
 
Sony Ericsson K310 2006 15 15
 
Sony Ericsson W810 2006 15 15
 

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 have been produced around 17.37 billion mobile phones.[citation needed]

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

1992[edit]

  • Motorola Personal Phone, 8 million sold
  • Nokia 101, 5 million sold.

1996[edit]

1997[edit]

1998[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

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]

Apple's iPhone 3G, which sold 25 million units, managed to jointly top the table with a Nokia product

2009[edit]

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

2010[edit]

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

Annual sales by manufacturer (1992 - 2005)[edit]

1992[edit]

1993[edit]

  • Nokia: 5 million sold
  • Motorola:  ? million sold
  • NEC: ? million sold

1994[edit]

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

1995[edit]

  • Nokia: 13 million sold
  • Motorola: ? million sold
  • NEC: ? million sold

1996[edit]

  • Motorola: 60 million sold[17]
  • Nokia: 18 million sold[18]
  • Ericsson: ? million sold
  • NEC: ? million sold
  • Panasonic: ? million sold

1997[edit]

  • Motorola: 25.328 million sold[19]
  • 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

1998[edit]

  • Nokia: 37.374 million sold[20]
  • Motorola: 32.319 million sold[19]
  • Ericsson: 23.827 million sold
  • Panasonic: 13.397 million sold
  • Alcatel: 6.967 million sold
  • Samsung: 6 million sold
  • Others: 48.972 million sold

1999[edit]

  • Nokia: 76.335 million sold[21]
  • Motorola: 47.817 million sold
  • Ericsson: 29.785 million sold
  • Samsung: 17.686 million sold
  • Panasonic: 15.580 million sold
  • Others: 98 million sold

2000[edit]

  • Nokia: 126.369 million sold[22]
  • Motorola: 60.094 million sold
  • Ericsson: 41.467 million sold
  • Siemens: 26.989 million sold
  • Samsung: 20.639 million sold
  • Others: 140 million sold

2001[edit]

  • Nokia: 139.672 million sold[22]
  • Motorola: 59.092 million sold
  • Siemens: 29.753 million sold
  • Samsung: 28.234 million sold
  • Ericsson: 26.956 million sold
  • Others: 115.877 million sold

2002[edit]

  • Nokia: 151.421 million sold[23]
  • Motorola: 64.640 million sold
  • Samsung: 41.684 million sold
  • Siemens: 34.618 million sold
  • Sony Ericsson: 23.112 million sold
  • LG: 14 million sold
  • Alcatel 12 million sold
  • Panasonic: 11 million sold
  • NEC: 9 million sold
  • Kyocera: 8 million sold[24]
  • Sagem: 5 million sold
  • Others: 62 million sold

2003[edit]

  • Nokia: 180.672 million sold[25]
  • Motorola: 75.177 million sold
  • Samsung: 54.475 million sold
  • Siemens: 43.754 million sold
  • Sony Ericsson: 26.686 million sold
  • LG: 26.213 million sold
  • Panasonic: 17 million sold
  • Kyocera: 15 million sold[24]
  • NEC: 15 million sold
  • Mitsubishi: 11 million sold
  • Alcatel: 8 million sold
  • Sagem: 7 million sold
  • Sanyo: ? million sold
  • Others: 55 million sold

2004[edit]

  • Nokia: 208 million sold[26]
  • Motorola: 105 million sold
  • Samsung: 86 million sold
  • Siemens: 49 million sold
  • LG: 43 million sold
  • Sony Ericsson: 43 million sold
  • Research In Motion: 1 million sold
  • Others: 149 million sold

2005[edit]

  • Nokia: 265 million sold[27]
  • Motorola: 145 million sold[27]
  • Samsung: 104 million sold
  • LG: 55 million sold
  • Sony Ericsson: 50 million sold
  • BenQ: 40 million sold
  • Research In Motion: 4 million sold
  • Others: 186 million sold

Annual sales by manufacturer (2006 - 3Q 2015)[edit]

2006[28][edit]

  • 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[28][edit]

  • 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[29]
  • Others: 218.6043 million (18.9% market share)
  • Total: 1152.8398 million (100% market share)

2008[edit]

  • Nokia: 472.315 million sold[30]
  • Samsung: 199.182 million sold
  • Motorola: 106.590 million sold
  • LG: 102.555 million sold
  • Sony Ericsson: 93.414 million sold
  • RIM: 25 million sold
  • Fujitsu: 12 million sold
  • Apple: 12 million sold[31]
  • Others: 213 million sold

2009[edit]

  • Nokia: 440.881 million sold[32][33]
  • Samsung: 235.772 million sold
  • LG: 122.055 million sold
  • Motorola: 58.475 million sold
  • Sony Ericsson: 54.873 million sold
  • ZTE: 50 million sold
  • Kyocera: 45 million sold[34][35]
  • RIM: 35 million sold
  • Sharp: 29 million sold
  • Huawei: 28 million sold
  • Apple: 24.889 million sold[36]
  • HTC: 11 million sold
  • Fujitsu: 9 million sold
  • Panasonic: 5 million sold[34]
  • NEC Casio: 5 million sold
  • Toshiba: 1.5 million sold[34]
  • Others: 170 million sold

2010[edit]

  • Nokia: 461.318 million sold[37]
  • Samsung: 281.065 million sold[38]
  • LG: 114.154 million sold
  • RIM 47.451 million sold
  • Apple: 46.598 million sold[7][39]
  • Sony Ericsson: 41.819 million sold
  • Motorola: 38.553 million sold
  • Alcatel: 33 million sold[40]
  • ZTE: 28.768 million sold[41][42]
  • HTC: 24.688 million sold
  • Huawei: 24 million sold
  • Others: 485 million sold

2011[43][edit]

  • Nokia: 422.4783 million (23.8% market share)
  • Samsung: 313.9042 million (17.7% market share)[44]
  • Apple: 89.2632 million (5.0% market share)
  • LG Electronics: 86.3709 million (4.9% market share)
  • ZTE: 56.8818 million (3.2% market share)[45]
  • 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: 1774.5641 million (100% market share)

2012[46][edit]

  • Samsung: 384.631 million (22.0% market share)
  • Nokia: 333.938 million (19.1% market share)
  • Apple: 130.133 million (7.5 market share)
  • ZTE: 67.344 million (3.9% market share)
  • LG Electronics: 58.015 million (3.3% market share)
  • Huawei Technologies: 47.288 million (2.7% market share)
  • TCL Communication: 37.176 million (2.1 market share)
  • Research in Motion: 34.210 million (2.0% market share)
  • Motorola: 33.916 million (1.9% market share)
  • HTC: 32.121 million (1.8% market share)
  • Others: 587.399 million (33.6% market share)
  • Total: 1,746.175 million (100% market share)

2013[12][edit]

2013 in mobile phones
  • Samsung: 444.444 million (24.6% market share)
  • Nokia: 250.793 million (13.9% market share)
  • Apple: 150.785 million (8.3% market share)
  • LG Electronics: 69.024 million (3.8% market share)
  • ZTE: 59.898 million (3.3% market share)
  • Huawei: 53.295 million (2.9% market share)
  • TCL Communication: 49.531 million (2.7% market share)
  • Lenovo: 45.284 million (2.5% market share)
  • Sony Mobile Communications: 37.595 million (2.1% market share)
  • Yulong: 32.601 million (1.8% market share)
  • Others: 613.710 million (34% market share)
  • Total: 1,806.964 million (100% market share)

2014[47][edit]

  • 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 Electronics: 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 (3Q 2015)[48][edit]

  • Samsung: 102.063 million (21.4% market share)[49]
  • Apple: 46.062 million (9.6% market share)
  • Microsoft: 30.291 million (6.3% market share)
  • Huawei: 27.457 million (5.7% market share)
  • LG Electronics: 18.194 million (3.8% market share)
  • Lenovo, Motorola: 17.612 million (3.7% market share)
  • Xiaomi: 17.197 million (3.6% market share)
  • TCL Communication: 17.165 million (3.6% market share)
  • ZTE: 13.682 million (2.9% market share)
  • OPPO: 12.165 million (2.5% market share)
  • Others: 176.011 million (36.8% market share)
  • Total: 477.898 million (100% market share)

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