Launched back in August 2021, the Samsung Galaxy A52s became the top-selling 5G-enabled Android phone in February 2021, according to a recent study by Counterpoint.
In February 2022, Samsung launched the five best-selling 5G-enabled Android smartphones. At the same time, the Galaxy A52 was the top seller with a market share of 2.90%, followed by the Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, which managed to capture 2.87% of the market.
The Galaxy S21 Founders Edition captured 2.63% of the market, while the Galaxy A32 5G took a 2.09% share. The Oppo Reno7 5G was the best-selling 5G smartphone from this Chinese manufacturer, taking 1.92% of the market.
Honor has been gaining momentum lately. The Honor 60 ranked sixth, accounting for 1.81% of global 5G Android smartphone sales. Vivo S12, Redmi K40 and Honor X30 ranked seventh, eighth and ninth in the top 10 with shares of 1.58%, 1.57% and 1.51% respectively. Closes the top ten Galaxy A22 with a share of 1.44%.
In total, the top 10 best-selling 5G Android smartphones accounted for 20% of 5G Android smartphone sales in February. Android smartphones accounted for 67% of global 5G smartphone sales in February 2022.