Australian smartphone sales grow 4% in H1, 5G begins to dominate

Tuesday 16 November 2021 | 07:11 CET | News
Australian smartphone sales increased by 4 percent year-on-year to 4 million handsets sold in the first half of 2021, as 5G begins to dominate, according to a report from Telsyte. The study also found that sales increased for both major platforms; however, Apple continued to gain market share over Android continuing a 24-month long trend. More than 1 million 5G iPhone 12 models were sold in the first half, adding to the 5G userbase which now stands at over 3.5 million 5G handsets in use.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Fitbit / Garmin / Google / Meta / Oppo / Optus / Realme / Samsung / Telstra / Vivo / Vodafone
Countries: Australia
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