The Galaxy Watch 4 alone has taken Samsung to second place in the wearable segment

Samsung went out on a limb when it dropped Tizen for Google’s Wear OS for its new smartwatches. Fortunately, the Galaxy Watch 4 was very generally welcomed, and that is being reflected through late portion of the overall industry and shipment figures too.

As indicated by another report from statistical surveying firm IDC, Samsung delivered 12.7 million smartwatches and remote headphones during Q3 2021. The organization moved forward from its third situation in Q3 2020 to the second situation in Q3 2021. That is a 13.8% ascent in shipments, and it is essentially because of the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.

Apple actually drives the wearables market with near 40 million shipments, however its piece of the pie lessened a little (3.6%) contrasted with a year ago. Xiaomi, which essentially makes lower-valued wellness groups, smartwatches, and remote headphones, dropped to the third position and its shipments dropped 23.8%.

Huawei some way or another expanded its wearable shipments (10.9 million) in Q3 2021, yet its portion of the overall industry actually dropped contrasted with Q3 2020. Envision Marketing, which makes Boat-marked smartwatches and remote headphones, saw its year-over-year development zoom past 200% as it sent 10 million wearables during the quarter.

IDC noted in its blog that packaging remote headphones and smartwatches with its cell phones has helped Samsung gain the second situation in the wearable portion. With more Wear OS 3 smartwatches coming one year from now, the stage could acquire prominence and assist Samsung with evening higher deals.

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