Samsung Galaxy S24 series backs standing

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  • Samsung’s US market share grew to 31% in Q1 2024, according to a new report, up from 27% a year ago.
  • This is the company’s highest Q1 market share in four years, and was attributed to the Galaxy S24 series.
  • Google suffered a decline in market share that was attributed to the S24’s performance.

The US smartphone market has been dominated by Apple in recent years, with Samsung falling further behind the iPhone maker. There’s some encouraging news for Samsung in the latest US market share report, though.

Counterpoint Research reports that US smartphone shipments declined by 8% year-on-year in Q1 2024. Apple’s share of the market stayed flat at 52%, matching its share from a year ago. However, Samsung’s share of the market grew to 31%, up from 27% a year ago.