Today, we review the Samsung Most Selling Phone 2019. Samsung has launched countless smartphones this year, with most of the releases coming as part of the Galaxy A series. And, according to Counterpoint Research, those Galaxy A phones have been among the ten top-selling smartphones of Q3 2019 globally. Surprisingly, it’s the Galaxy A10 that was the most popular Android phone with the Galaxy branding, with the device capturing 2.6% market share and earning the second spot in the overall list.
Counterpoint Research: Galaxy A10 best-selling Samsung phone in Q3 2019
The Galaxy A50, which has perhaps received the most positive critical reception among all of Samsung’s 2019 A series phones, followed in third place in the list, capturing 1.9% market share. The other Samsung device among the ten top-selling smartphones was the Galaxy A20, which earned seventh place with 1.4% market share. None of Samsung’s flagship smartphones made the list, though we’re assuming the Note 10/10+ will make an appearance in the sales chart for the fourth quarter of the year.
However, we’re assuming Samsung’s Galaxy A smartphones will continue to have better sales performance in the foreseeable future, as consumers become more and more averse to spending their hard-earned money on flagship phones that have crossed the $1000 pricing threshold. Perhaps this is why Samsung is working on devices like the Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite, which will bring some flagship features to more palatable price points.
samsung most selling phone 2019
1. Samsung Galaxy A50
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For a mere £309.99, you get a decent mid-range processor, a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, a 25MP selfie camera and three lenses on the back of the screen.
There’s a 4,000 mAh battery (by comparison, the new Pixel 4 XL has a battery size of 3,700mAh, either 4 or 6GB of RAM and either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. As well, there’s an in-screen fingerprint scanner, fast charging and Samsung’s Bixby AI assistant.
With features like that, the only thing that’s missing is a top-end processor but the camera and screen design can stand up to the top-end models.
£309.99, Carphone Warehouse
2. Samsung Galaxy A40
Another A Series, the A40 is slightly smaller than the A50 with a 5.9-inch screen. It has a discreet notch on the front of the screen, alongside a Super AMOLED display which is often better than the OLED screens Huawei use.
There are two cameras on the back, including a wide angle lens, a fingerprint scanner on the back of the device, and a 3,100 mAh battery. The phone comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage and space for a 512GB microSD card if you need extra room for all those pictures.
£219.99, Carphone Warehouse
3. Samsung Galaxy A20e
The A20e is one down from the A40, and comes with a plastic body unlike the glass/plastic hybrid design found on the A40 and A50. The 5.8-inch display is an LCD one too, but all these changes make it a much cheaper device if that’s your priority.
There’s an 8MP selfie camera and two rear camera lenses, and a 3,000 mAh battery as well as Samsung’s 15W fast-charging tech. The rear fingerprint scanner is easy to use and will keep everything on your device locked up and secure.
£169, Carphone Warehouse