Top 10 trending phones of week 6

Chip, 11 February 2024

The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra extends its golden run, ending up as the most popular device in our database for the sixth week in a row. At this rate we are unlikely to see it overtaken at least until the MWC rolls in at the end of the month.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

The second placed phone is both a bit of a surprise and the most easily predictable one there is. You see the Galaxy A5x series have been a prominent fixture in our trending chart for years now, but the A55 is still weeks if not months away from announcement. However, you guys are clearly already paying close attention to it and looking forward to its arrival.

We then have the Redmi Note 13 Pro in third, just edging another yet-to-be-announced phone for the final podium spot. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra will certainly see even better days as its debut approaches, the beastly cameraphone is bound to cause shockwaves in the industry obsessed with image quality.

Samsung Galaxy A54 is up to fifth, profiting from multiple comparisons to the silver medalist in this week's chart.

The Poco X6 Pro in sixth ties the Samsung-Xiaomi score in the top six to three a piece.

Redmi Note 13 and Redmi Note 13 Pro+ take the following two positions, giving Xiaomi the edge in the full chart though.

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max is ninth this time around, while the Samsung Galaxy S24 rounds up the top 10. The vanilla flagship has been losing ground quickly lately, though, so it may well be its last week on the chart.

Realme 12 Pro+ and OnePlus 12 miss out this time, which means we are down to three makers from the five we had last week.

See you next week!

Xiaomi 14 Ultra


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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 13 Feb 2024
  • X5u

Wow this comment smells BS. What a lie.

I traded my Pixel 8 Pro for S24 Ultra. In photography sense, I regret it. The AI features with photography on S24 Ultra like erasing and moving things around are either stone age stuff compared to Pixel or I don't know how to use them. Low light...

No It doesn't. Probably it would with eSIM, but not with two physical SIM cards.

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