iPhone X is in the first position with a percentage of 3.5 percent of the overall market. Following in second place, there is the iPhone 8 Plus with 2.3 percent sales of the entire market.
While the two flagship smartphone Samsung, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, is in fifth and sixth with the same percentage, which is 1.6 percent. In the seventh place, there is iPhone 7 followed by iPhone 8.
Being in ninth place there is Galaxy J7 Pro with the market reaching 1.7 percent. While the latest sequence there is the iPhone 6 with a record sales of 1.2 percent of the overall global market in March 2018.
Based on Counterpoint, iPhone X is still a leader in the premium segment class. Samsung with Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus also become one of the big players in this segment.
The South Korean company also managed to double the sales increase in the premium market. While Chinese companies, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, and Huawei are winners in the mid-end and low-end segments.
Especially for the low-end smartphone market, reports mention sales in this line is quite up. The majority of sales held by Samsung, Honor, and Xiaomi, which managed to control half the sales in the global market.