From Apple in Q3, the new Samsung smartwatch took part

According to a new report, Samsung’s new smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch 4, sees the company significantly increase its market share in Q3. Cupertino’s share of the market is down by 10%, much to the chagrin of Huawei and Apple. However, that is very important of the time, which favors Samsung in two ways.

Counterpoint has statistics.

Global smartwatch transfers in the third quarter of this year increased by 16% compared to the same period last year, continuing their double digit growth over the previous quarter, according to Counterpoint Research published recently in the Global Smartwatch Model .

Thanks to the launch of the Galaxy Watch 4 series, Samsung achieved higher quarterly transmissions, narrowing the gap with Apple and taking second place from Huawei […] Apple also ranked No. 1 in Q3 2021 but its share fell 10% YoY.

Two timing factors were in play here.

First, it was the launch quarter, not only for Samsung’s new smartwatch, but also the new watch running on the Wear OS instead of the company’s Tizen operating system. As our sister site 9to5Google noted at the time, this offered access to many applications – including a few buttons.

The big business with Samsung switching to Wear OS is that right now, Galaxy Watch owners can use Google apps since Play Store is the app store used on this market. Google Maps is perhaps one of the biggest achievements here, and the app is already installed on Watch 4.

The point goes as far as to say that the Galaxy Watch 4 is an obvious choice for Android smartphone users, as it is now the best Wear OS watch.

If you need a smartwatch right now, the Galaxy Watch 4 is the only smart choice. If you can’t stand Samsung’s choices, you’ll just have to wait. The Galaxy Watch 4 is not a flagship Wear OS, it is a Samsung watch that just happened to run on the altar.

Second, the Apple Watch Series 7 is not available until October, putting all sales into Q4. Once the rest quarter data is available, that will fill a very different picture.

The impact of Samsung’s new smartwatch may be temporary, but the Korean company could pull back again in the long run, however, that is because it goes behind the budget market that will not affect Apple.

To further expand its market share, Samsung hopes to launch affordable models within 2-3 years to focus on the fast-growing Asian market. A third of smartwatches sold in Q3 2021 are priced under $ 100.

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