Japan’s cell phone sales are on the upswing.
According to the Japan Consumer Association, the number of cell phone purchases in Japan increased by 10.7% last year.
It’s estimated that 1.3 million Japanese households had at least one cell phone.
The association also reported that the number and type of cell phones sold increased by 7.4% to 2.3 billion.
The biggest seller was the Japanese version of the iPhone, which had a market share of 6.9%.
The iPhone 5S is the top-selling cell phone, with a market value of $4,973,600.
The iPhone 5 has a market price of $6,847.50 and has a 3G and LTE capacity of 4G, 5G, and 6Gbps.
The 5S has a price tag of $5,899, and a 3D display.
Both of the top sellers are from Japan.
Apple’s iPhone 5 is the most popular model, with 2.1% of the Japanese market.
The iPhone 4S is followed by Samsung’s Galaxy S6, which has a 2.4%.
The LG G3 is the second most popular device, with 1.9% market share.
The Japanese cell phone market is still small, but the market is starting to turn around.
In the United States, the iPhone 5, the Galaxy S5, and the Galaxy Note 4 all sold well in the first quarter of 2017.