According to the report by Counterpoint Research, Apple is on top and in the first quarter of this year, the global smartwatch market has recorded a growth of 50 percent.
The global smartwatch market registered a 50 percent growth in the first quarter of this year. Worldwide shipments grew by 35 percent (on year) in the first quarter of 2021. This thing has been revealed in a new report. According to this report, Apple is on top of it and in the first quarter of this year, the global smartwatch market has recorded a growth of 50 percent.
According to Counterpoint Research’s ‘Global Smartwatch Model Tracker’, with the increase in demand for its Series 6 model, Apple’s market share rose from 3 percent in the year-ago quarter to 33.5 percent in the March quarter of this year. . Samsung shipments also increased by 27 percent with the popularity of the Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active Series. Huawei continued to lose compared to a strong quarter a year earlier.
Senior analyst Sujong Lim said, “Apple was able to further strengthen its leadership position in the market by expanding the portfolio from Watch SE to Series 6 at the right time.” This may inspire Samsung to launch a mid-range product. ”
In terms of the smartwatch OS platform, Apple’s WatchOS has captured more than one-third of the market, with a growing attachment rate based on billions of iPhone users. Google’s OS has not yet been so successful in smartwatches. According to the report, this is because most of the major smartwatch brands have developed their own OS (such as Fitbit OS, Teigen and Garmin OS).
Apart from this, the Veer OS has been left behind in terms of features, battery optimization and chipset support. It has limited its share of the global smartwatch market to just 4 percent. Google’s new wear platform will be shipping in the next generation of the Galaxy Watch series in late fall.
Commenting on the announcement by Google Samsung, Vice President Research Neil Shah said that this is a great move by Google to intensify its ambitions for the wearable space. Shah said that it can create a strong portfolio of these devices by integrating the best of all three worlds, Tyran OS, Wear OS and Fitbit OS.
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