6. Samsung Galaxy A13
The Samsung Galaxy A13 came in sixth place on the list with a market share of 1.4 percent. According to Counterpoint Research’s report, “Together, LATAM and India account for more than half of its sales.” Among the other smartphones on the list, it experienced the biggest MoM growth. ” In addition to adding 5G capabilities, the Galaxy A13 differs from its predecessor in a few important ways. The Galaxy A13 has a screen with a 90Hz adaptive refresh rate, a 50-megapixel main camera, and twice as much internal storage (64GB vs. 32GB). The Galaxy A13’s screen is 6.5 inches in size, just like its predecessor.
7. iPhone SE (2022)
The seventh spot on the list is now held by Apple’s newest low-cost smartphone, which has sold extremely well. It had a market share of 1.4 percent. The iPhone SE (2022) is quicker and more connected than its predecessor, and it is now the most cost-effective new 5G iPhone available. Additionally, the iPhone SE (2022) has a slightly bigger battery; it is now 2,018 mAh rather than 1,821 mAh.
8. Samsung Galaxy A03 Core
The low-cost Go Edition Galaxy A03 Core captured 1.4 percent of the market. The Samsung Galaxy A03 Core has 32 GB or 64 GB of internal storage and 2 GB of RAM. The MicroSD XC cards can be used to enhance memory (dedicated slot). A non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery powers it. A single 8 MP camera makes up the smartphone’s rear camera, while a 5 MP camera is located on the front. Android is the operating system that the device uses.
9. Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
Samsung’s most recent mid-range handset, the Galaxy A53 5G, has a 1.3 percent market share. For a while now, Samsung has consistently produced high-quality Galaxy A series devices. On these phones, it has been refining and enhancing its value proposition. The Galaxy A53’s design is among its outstanding features. Samsung has made an attempt to make this seem like the right part, unlike the majority of mid-range phones, which are either simple or downright unattractive.
10. Redmi Note 11 LTE
The Redmi Note 11 LTE maintained its position in the top 10 despite flat sales in April, contributing 11% of Xiaomi’s overall sales. The region is emerging as one of Xiaomi’s primary growth drivers, with a quarter of all Note 11 LTEs having been sold there in April. The company has been having supply problems, and overall sales are down about 25% from April 2021.
According to the survey, the number of 5G-enabled smartphones increased this month, reaching a new high of seven models, up from four in the same month last year. A third of all 5G smartphone sales are made up of the devices on the list. In flagship devices, 5G functionality has become a standard feature, and its availability in lower price ranges is also rising. These are the top 10 best-selling smartphones of April 2022. Do you have any of these smartphones? How is it performing? Let us know your experience in the comments below.