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Most Popular Mobile Phone Brands 1992 – 2020

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Most Popular Mobile Phone Brands from 1992 to 2020. This video shows the graphical representation of most popular mobile phone brands by best selling mobile phone brands over time. From this video, we can see how these best selling mobile phone brands like Nokia, Motorola, Samsung sell millions of cellphones every year using a comparison bar chart race graph. It is a visual representation of the data which highlights the most popular mobile phone brands per year.

Top annual sales by manufacturer:
1992
Motorola: 4 million sold
Nokia: 3 million sold
1993
Nokia: 5 million sold
1994
Motorola 12 million sold
Nokia: 9 million sold
NEC: 6 million sold
1995
Nokia: 13 million sold
1996
Motorola: 60 million sold
Nokia: 18 million sold
1997
Motorola: 25.328 million sold
Nokia: 20.593 million sold
Ericsson: 15.914 million sold
1998
Nokia: 37.374 million sold
Motorola: 32.319 million sold
Ericsson: 23.827 million sold
1999
Nokia: 76.335 million sold
Motorola: 47.818 million sold
Ericsson: 29.785 million sold
2000
Nokia: 126.369 million sold
Motorola: 60.094 million sold
Ericsson: 41.467 million sold
2001
Nokia: 139.672 million sold
Motorola: 59.097 million sold
Siemens: 29.753 million sold
2002
Nokia: 151.4218 million (35.8% market share)
Motorola: 64.6401 million (15.3% market share)
Samsung: 41.6844 million (9.8% market share)
2003
Nokia: 180.6724 million (34.7% market share)
Motorola: 75.1771 million (14.5% market share)
Samsung: 54.4751 million (10.5% market share)
2004
Nokia: 207.2313 million (30.7% market share)
Motorola: 104.1242 million (15.4% market share)
Samsung: 85.2384 million (12.6% market share)
2005
Nokia: 265.6148 million (32.5% market share)
Motorola: 144.9204 million (17.7% market share)
Samsung: 103.7536 million (12.7% market share)
2006
Nokia: 344.9159 million (34.8% market share)
Motorola: 209.2509 million (21.1% market share)
Samsung: 116.4801 million (11.8% market share)
2007
Nokia: 435.4531 million (37.8% market share)
Motorola: 164.307 million (14.3% market share)
Samsung: 154.5407 million (13.4% market share)
2008
Nokia: 472.3150 million (38.6% market share)
Samsung: 199.1820 million (16.3% market share)
Motorola: 106.5900 million (8.7% market share)
2009
Nokia: 440.8816 million (36.4% market share)
Samsung: 235.7720 million (19.5% market share)
LG: 122.0553 million (10.1%market share)
2010
Nokia: 461.3182 million (28.9% market share)
Samsung: 281.0658 million (17.6% market share)
LG: 114.1546 million (7.1% market share)
2011
Nokia: 422.4783 million (23.8% market share)
Samsung: 313.9042 million (17.7% market share)
Apple: 89.2632 million (5.0% market share)
2012
Samsung: 384.6312 million (22.0% market share)
Nokia: 333.9380 million (19.1% market share)
Apple: 130.1332 million (7.5% market share)
2013
Samsung: 444.4442 million (24.6% market share)
Nokia: 250.7931 million (13.9% market share)
Apple: 150.7859 million (8.3% market share)
2014
Samsung: 392.546 million (20.9% market share)
Apple: 191.426 million (10.2% market share)
Microsoft: 185.660 million (9.9% market share)
2015
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)
2016
Samsung: 306.4466 million (20.5% market share)
Apple: 216.0640 million (14.4% market share)
Huawei: 132.8249 million (8.9% market share)
2017
Samsung: 321.2633 million (20.9% market share)
Apple: 214.9244 million (14% market share)
Huawei: 150.534.3 million (9.8% market share)
2018
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)
2019
Samsung: 296.194 million (19.2% market share)
Huawei: 240.615.5 million (15.6% market share)
Apple : 193.475.1 million (10.5% market share)
Xiaomi: 126.049.2 million (8.2% market share)
2020 (Q1):
Samsung: 58.3 million (21.2% market share)
Huawei: 48.5 million (17.6% market share)
Apple : 28.2 million (14.3% market share)
Xiaomi: 27.5 million (10% market share)
OPPO: 22.6 million (8.2% market share)

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