The market share of Samsung smartphones in Egypt fell in August by 1%.
According to a Statecounter report, the market share of the Korean giant of smartphone sales in Egypt declined from 37.5% in July to 36.2% in August, which is the company’s lowest share in two years.
Despite the fall, Samsung still held the market’s largest share in August.
Huawei remained in second place, with a minor improvement in its market share, rising from 16.3% to 16.4%.
In third, iPhone came with a market share of 10.3%, up by 1% at the end of August, up from 9.2% in July.
Infinix ranked fourth and marking a small decline in sales down to 7.2% from 7.4 in July.
Lenovo came in fifth place in terms of market share of smartphone sales in Egypt with a share of 6.6% in August, down from 7.3% in July.
According to the report, OPPO increased its share from 4.2% in July to 4.4% in August, ranking sixth on the list. HTC ranked seventh, with a share of 2.5% in August, then TECNO Mobile with 2.4%.