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Top 10 Mobile Brands in the world 2023

Samsung is a big name in phone companies and has emerged as one of the top mobile brands in the world. It is a South Korean company founded on 1st March 1938.

1. Samsung

Apple is one of the most premium mobile brands in the world. It is an American multinational technology company and is one of the biggest tech companies in the world. It was founded on April 1st, 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Ronald Wayne.

2. Apple

Huawei is one of the wide-ranging smartphone brands in the world. It is a Chinese multinational company founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei. Sales per year $107.13 billion, Revenue per year $8397.01 Million makes it rank number three in the list.

3. Huawei

Xiaomi is a Chinese multinational company founded in April 2010 by Lei Jun. With just a few years of its release, it has given a tough competition to its competitors. It’s the world’s 4th most valuable technology startup.

4. Xiaomi

Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunication Corp., Ltd, stylized as OPPO, is a Chinese company founded by Tony Chen in 2001. Sales Per Year 29 million units, Revenue Per Year $137.7 million makes it fifth in the list.

5. Oppo

VIVO Communication Technology Co. Ltd. Is a Chinese tech company founded in 2009 by Shen Wei. Vivo offers a wide range of phones with great features and specifications.

6. Vivo

Motorola an American multinational telecommunications company in 1928 founded by Paul and Joseph Galvin. After facing a loss of $4.3 billion from 2007 to 2009.

7. Motorola

LENOVO is a Hong Kong based multinational company founded by Liu Chuanzhi on 1st November 1984. The phones launched by Lenovo are cheap and with the best specification.

8. Lenovo

LG Electronics is a South Korean multinational company founded by Koo-In-hwoi in 1958. Revue Per Year 54.9 billion USD makes its ninth rank in the list.

9. LG

Nokia is a multinational company founded by Fredrik Idestam, Leo Mechelin, Eduard Finland on 12 May 1865. It is the 10th ranked smartphone brand in the list with its annual sales of more than 17.5 million smartphones.

10. Nokia