Samsung sees massive smartwatch growth in Q2 while Wear OS barely holds on

Wear OS is barely on the map, with Fossil Group having a 4.1% market share. Apple now holds a market share of 37.9%, and while that is a decrease from the 39.5% it had in 2018, there was still a strong annual growth of 32%. To not much surprise, Apple is once again the market leader in this space. Research firm Canalys has released its numbers for the smart wearables market in North America, and as a whole, things are looking up. Fitbit takes the crown … Apple continues to dominate with 32% annual growth and 37.9% market share. Samsung saw a massive annual growth of 121% for a total market share of 24.1%. The company’s Apple Watch dominates just about every other wearable out there, and this shows in the numbers. Apple still holds the top spot. During Q2 2019, the wearables market reached a total value of $2.0 billion with 7.7 million shipments — an increase of 38% compared to Q2 last year. What you need to know

The North American wearables market grew by 38% YoY in Q2 2019.