Samsung leads Brazil smartphone market, Motorola second with 22% share

Tuesday 3 August 2021 | 17:35 CET | News
Samsung represents 43 percent of the smartphone base in use in Brazil, followed by Motorola with 22 percent and Apple with 13 percent, according to the Panorama Mobiletime/Opinion Box survey. Xiaomi is in fourth place with 10 percent, well ahead of other brands with a much longer presence on the Brazilian market, such as LG (7%).

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / LG / Samsung / Xiaomi
Countries: Brazil
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