The above graph represents the worldwide wearables shipments by top vendors, by year. The global wearable market grew an astonishing 89% YoY in 2019 as the total shipments reached an all-time high of 336.5 million units. Apple, Xiaomi, Fitbit, Huawei and Samsung are currently dominating the global wearable market.
|Note||CY starts from January 1st to December 31st|
Apple continues to dominate the worldwide wearable market with a 31.7% share. The company shipped 106.5 million units of devices (include Apple Watches, AirPods, Beats headphones, etc.) in 2019, marking a strong 121.7% YoY growth.
With a 12.4% share in 2019, Xiaomi remained the second biggest vendors in the global wearable market. The Chinese vendor shipped 41.7 million units in 2019, with 78.8% YoY growth.
Samsung wearable devices shipments grew a staggering 153.3% YoY, from just 12.2 million units in 2018 to 30.9 million units in 2019. The growth was primarily led by the fourth quarter when the Korean giant recorded 127.6% YoY growth in shipments of wearables, worldwide.
Fitbit shipped 6 million units during 2019, recording a modest 7.8% YoY growth. In 2018, Fitbit was the only among the top 5 wearable companies in the world which shipped a lesser number of devices in 2018 as compared to the previous year. The company recorded a notable decline of 10% YoY in its 2018 wearable shipments, totaling 13.8 million.
Despite political pressure, Huawei‘s wearable device shipments grew 63.4% YoY, to 9.3 million in 2019.
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