Even if Google doesn’t yet have a big global hour, its traffic is increasing daily. The most recent Google Pixel 8 release has significantly changed this estimate, according to a report that claims Google has supplied around 40 million Pixel phones so far.
Franciso Jeronimo, vice president of global market intelligence firm IDC, stated that the overall sales of Google Pixel have been close to 40 million devices since the company’s founding in 2016.
According to Counterpoint analysis, Apple has performed particularly well in terms of shipments. With an 18% market share as of 2022, Cupertino’s tech company shipped more than 45.3 million iPhones in just the second quarter of 2023.
It sold roughly 81.5 million units in Q4 2021 and about 70 million units in Q4 2022, so the Q4 2023 report is anticipated to be even stronger. Without a doubt, Apple’s shipment volume peaks in Q4 2022. Additionally, it coincides with the period when Apple iPhones are brand-new and tempting to customers.
The USA, Google Pixel’s home country, is its greatest market. However, the smartphone brand of the California-based tech company fails to establish a sizable foothold even in the United States. According to Counterpoint research, it had an average market share of 2.8% over the first and second quarters of 2022. The good news is that, according to a Statcounter data, Pixel phones outsell Xiaomi phones in the Japanese market.
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