In April, the Galaxy S22 Ultra became the most popular Android smartphone; the flagship was followed by Samsung''s cheaper Galaxy A13, and both devices performed quite well when it comes to the global market share.
For those wondering, the Galaxy S22 Ultra had a market share of 1.5 percent in April, while Samsung''s second-most popular was the Galaxy A13, which covered 1.4 percent of the market. The Low-end Galaxy A03 COre was also able to capture 1.4 percent of the market.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is believed to be the most popular Android smartphone, but Apple continues to take the lead.
The Galaxy A53 5G, the fourth and last Samsung phone on the top-ten list, was achieved by a global market share of 1.3 percent. It was followed by Redmi Note 11 LTE, which managed to hold a similar size of smartphone market share.
Although the Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G is capable of apprentability, it is unbearably probable that the phone is far from the most popular smartphone available on the market at the moment. Why? Well, Apple is leading the case.
In April, the pen-touting flagship was the most popular Android smartphone, but when you look at the other systems, Apple took the lead with four iPhone models.
The iPhone 13 had the largest global market share of 5.5 percent, followed by the iPhone 13 Pro Max with 4.4 percent share, and the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 12 both had 8.1 percent and 6.6 percent share.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra has been largely a success story for all Galaxy Note users, a series that no longer exists, and the S22 Ultra is also a true successor to the Galaxy Note series, which now has a built-in S Pen as well as an Edge display.