After seeing a significant fall in the late 2010s, the tablet market has recently shown some growth. The market experienced growth as a result of the coronavirus pandemic; if only it were for a better purpose. The data is in, and since Q2 2021, global tablet shipments have been able to grow a little.
People stocked up on mobile devices to keep themselves occupied while they locked themselves inside their homes. These include tablets that they can use to view movies or to make the switch to working from home. The tablet market has changed over the previous almost three years, much like the overall industry.
Shipments of tablets globally increased year over year. As you would have guessed, there are still additional aspects of the virus that have an impact on the tablet industry. New products are being released, such as the tablet Galaxy Tab S8, and supply chain problems are being addressed.
Advertisement report from the International Data Corporation (IDC) indicates that between Q2 2021 and Q2 2022, tablet sales had a very slight increase. Following the dreadful other category are the top five tablet manufacturers in the globe. No one should be surprised that Apple has shipped the most tablets. It sold around 12.6 million units, which is 2.89 percent fewer than the 12.9 million sold the year before.
Samsung, which is in second place, experienced a greater decline. It shipped roughly 7.3 million units in Q2 2022, a decrease of 10.63 percent from the 8.2 million units shipped in Q2 of the previous year.
With 5.5 million units shipped, Amazon comes in third. From 4.3 million, the company experienced the largest YoY growth of 26.92 percent. With 3.5 million, Lenovo is in fourth place, down 8.7% from 4.7 million. In both years, Huawei shipped nearly the same amount of 2.1 million handsets.
Advertisement 9.4 million people made up the remaining market, an increase of nearly 16.7% from 8.1 million people the previous year. We’ll have to wait and watch how this quarter plays out to find out if there will be any additional growth.