Samsung Puts the Arrow Passing on Nokia and Apple

With a 23% share, Samsung is the new leader of the smartphone market. Nokia and Apple decline to 14.4% and 14.6%.

Samsung Puts the Arrow Passing on Nokia and Apple

Samsung has unveiled its quarterly earnings, revealing a surprising growth in the smartphone market . Year after year, the company has literally quadrupled the number of smart-phones sold: it is passed from 7 million to 28 million units. Earlier this month, Samsung announced it had sold 30 million Galaxy from what the phone is available on the market in June 2010. Among the brand’s models to estimate Galaxy Galaxy belong to S, SII Galaxy, Galaxy II S Epic Touch 4G and more.

In the third quarter of the South Korean company has additionally squashed Apple, which, in its last quarterly statement, has sold seventeen million of the iPhone. In share terms, due to twenty eight million smartphones sold, Samsung has surpassed Apple’s five hundredth . The new figures show that Samsung currently holds 23.8% of the smartphone market worldwide . The couple Apple-Nokia, that represents the biggest producers within the trade, agrees with the decrease of their market share in favor of the exponential growth of Samsung. TheCupertinocompany from 17.4% right down to 14.6% , whereas the Nokia’s share falling from 32.7% to 14.4%.

The world of the bitten apple as a way of involution in sales as a result of media speculation of continued towards’ iPhone five and also the three-month delay within the unleash of the iPhone 4S. As for Nokia, its decrease is especially as a result of the shortage of latest models will capture the interest of the market. However, the Finnish company has simply announced throughout the Nokia World 2011 , its 1st devices Windows Phone , Lumia 800 and 710 , each for sale cave this year.

 Samsung gets one year of his earnings from the activity of telecommunications, however the corporate is additionally concerned within the production of notebook computers, desktop computers, televisions, processors, memory chips and alternative electronic devices.

Source: InformationWeek
Via Reuters


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