The Samsung Galaxy Note7 is holding on to the crown it claimed last week straight after announcement. The dual-curved S Pen-packing iris-scanning phablet left no doubt who is in charge, with the second most popular smartphone this week, the Galaxy J7 (2016), only gathering about 65% of the Note's hits.
It's a trio of Xiaomi Redmi from then on, the Redmi Note 3 in third, and the Redmi 3s and 3s Prime following. The Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) glows smartly in 6th, one up from last week. The Lenovo K5 Note has tumbled a bit though, three down and into 7th.
Team 'Last Year Galaxy J-series' is represented by the J5 in 8th spot, the Oppo F1s has dropped 3 as well from its 6th position last week, and the Moto G4 Plus is in 10th. Yes, no Galaxy S flagship on the chart this week.
I'm here in GSMArena since 2008 seeing and reading here all the time that's why and Samsung used to dominates it actually during S2 and S3 era.
When was that Samsung dominated entire table??? And how could Xiaomi be first in the World when Samsung is leading all the new technologies? Only in China can with the state support, using forbidden labor, and not paid patents.
Not until they unlock the LTE bands.