Xiaomi is on the rise this year and has reached new heights in terms of business and growth. The company recently became the world’s leading smartphone brand during the month of June 2021, marking the first time The Xiaomi as a world leader.
Now, a new report from Strategy Analytics claims that Xiaomi was the world’s leading 5G Android smartphone maker in the second quarter of this year, the second quarter of 2021, capturing nearly 26% of the market share.
The report adds that a total of 95 million 5G Android smartphones were shipped globally in the second quarter of 2021 and among them, around 24 million units were shipped by Xiaomi, becoming the market leader in this segment during that period of time.
In the last nine quarters, the Xiaomi has cumulatively shipped 70 million 5G smartphones, bringing it closer to the South Korean giant Samsung, which managed to ship 77 million units in the same period.
Huawei, the Chinese tech giant, remains the cumulative leader in 5G Android smartphones with shipments of 95 million units globally over the past nine quarters. However, the company is rapidly losing control due to sanctions imposed by the United States. This opens the door to other manufacturers, including OPPO, Live, honor, Real me and much more.
Lenovo (including the Motorola) is the leader in terms of 5G smartphone growth, as the company’s shipments grew 3480% per year in the second quarter of 2021, with shipments of 1.8 million units in the quarter.
Realme ranked second in annual growth, with year-on-year growth of 1773% in the second quarter of 2021 in volumes of 5.6 million, while OnePlus ranked third in growth, and shipping volumes improved 877% year-over-year in the quarter. THE honor It also recorded an impressive 6.5 million 5G smartphone shipments which was also in just two quarters, as it started selling 5G smartphones in the middle of the first quarter of this year.