Asia is the biggest selling market of Samsung smartphones. Six out of 10 people use a Samsung mobile. The exclusive features and affordable prices have made this brand famous.
Samsung ended at the fourth position in 2018. It is an indicator of the apparent decline of 31% in 2017. It’s Galaxy J2 4G that became the top-selling smartphone model because of its reasonable price compared to the other Samsung models. The newly-launched Android Go model- Galaxy J2 Core was well received in the Asian market. The Samsung mobile company is likely to bounce back with the launch of its upcoming “M-series” in 2019.
Continuing its leading position in Southeast Asia, Samsung launched more smartphones in the affordable budget, unveiling its Galaxy A9, a phone equipped with four rear cameras in Malaysia.
After that, Samsung unveiled an additional two versions of its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S6. The company has made in the past one version with a metal frame. The second version came with a curved screen, similar to the Galaxy Note Edge launched before.
Both models made good sales in the Asian market. They were priced as premium products. The “Edge” version of the Galaxy S6 earned over $1,000 without a contract, almost three times as much as another smartphone.
Samsung has got a unique formula for software development. Its new phones will undoubtedly meet up the challenge of the additional price over similar Android devices. And if that happens, Samsung is almost certainly up for another glorious year. The success surrounding Samsung’s Smartphone business will receive a good response. It’s the right time to upgrade for Samsung.
Samsung gained a lot of fame since it was able to get a good start and distributed its phones on a broader scale before the rest of the non-phone competition could reach. Samsung continued to climb the ladder to success. The marketing policy of the Galaxy S line of phones had significant effects and enriched the sales rate of Samsung’s other products like washing machines and refrigerators.
For example, the iPhone and Samsung phones had similar ratings. In the Asian market, Samsung phones were one of the best options unless you were a rich customer and had access to an iPhone.
In the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona the previous year, Samsung got a great position because it had sold more than one hundred million units from its Galaxy S line over the previous four years, a sales figure for an incredible series that only Apple could beat.
Then it launched the Galaxy S5, a phone that toned down a lot of the extra features of the Galaxy S4 while it also included some useful new features like an incredible camera with the water-proof body. The previous Galaxy S phones, the S5 had a plastic body and sold for about $650. Due to the success of the Galaxy S4, the company had no reason to believe it had bad luck on its hands.
The sales of Samsung Electronics smartphones in Southeast Asia is reducing day by day as Chinese competitors attract more consumers with a broader range of the budget phone. The growth of Samsung mobile sales started to decrease in the seven countries in the Asian region and especially suffered a significant loss in Thailand, the Philippines, and Malaysia. In Thailand, Samsung shared a market of 22.4 percent, maintaining its Number one position, but failed to reach one million in sales there, with numbers declining 44 percent year-on-year.
It was the same situation with China Mobile, the largest wireless carrier in the world with over 700 million subscribers. Apple finally launched the iPhone to China Mobile early previous year. Since China has been one of Apple’s most significant sales zones for iPhone marketing, the maximum customer seemed to be choosing Xiaomi, Lenovo, or other cheaper smartphones to Samsung.
The Samsung Smartphone market kept growing, but the overall industry has not kept pace with Samsung mobiles.
The top Smartphone companies’ unit market share comes in percentage. Symphony has a 22.2% share, and Transmission has a 12% share. Xiaomi includes an 8.2% share, Samsung has a 7.9% share, Huawei has a 7.6% share, and 42.1% share is covered by the other Smartphone brands.
In recent years, Samsung mobile has regained its position in the Asian market. Asia covers 50 percent of the whole Smartphone market around the world. The latest A series received huge appreciations from the customers. The sale of Samsung mobile is now unbeatable. It has gained the position of the winner.
The A-series includes everything that people look for. It has three cameras with the best android version. The latest M series won peoples` hearts. It was introduced before the A series. It started the winning race for Samsung mobiles in the Asian market.
The body of the M series is fabulously coated with and with advanced features. The best marketing policy of Samsung mobiles has been introduced recently.
Samsung phones in Bangladesh got good sales on the market. It has gained the crown of the best seller in 2019. It got good deals because of its unbeatable features and affordable price range. Now, it is in the top three of the best seller mobile.
According to mobileprice-bangladesh.com, in Bangladesh, 80% of people are gaining access to the internet. Therefore, 120million people have access to smartphones, and among them, sixty-three million peoples use data plans. That’s why there is a massive growth in the wholesales of mobile brands at a reasonable price. The government demands weekend taxes for the local mobile companies and the companies can produce smartphones at a more budget-friendly price, so people are earning tech privileges.
For Samsung mobiles, Bangladesh is the best country for marketing. When it comes to promoting smartphones, it`s surely profitable. In Bangladesh, approximately sixty to eighty percent of people buy smartphones every year. Chinese phones have a bigger market than Indian smartphones. Chinese smartphones rate higher than Indian smartphones in Bangladesh.
Now Samsung is the uncrowned king in the Asian cell phone market. The new features of this mobile brand are in the highest demand.