Global smartphone shipments to crack 600 million units this year, Samsung leading the way
posted by Daniel P. / Jan 06, 2012, 7:05 AM
We had roughly 452 million smartphones shipped in 2011, and this year they are projected to increase to 614 million units, according to the Taiwanese MIC institute, which would be a mindboggling 35.8% increase, mostly for the sake of featurephones worldwide.
As far as marketshare goes, the predictions go to Samsung with 21.7%, followed by Apple with 18.7%, Nokia with 15.6%, then HTC and RIM with 10.9% and 8.6%, respectively. That leaves only about 20% for all other brands, but surprises can certainly come from anywhere this year.
Lg and sony(without ericsson) are in those 20% wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong lg will not be the same as last year they are gonna be better this year i guarantee it. And for sony after it completely breaks up with ericsson its gonna create such a fuss that people are gonna die to buy it because sony's integration with its tv and psn stuff. so once again wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong!
posted on Jan 06, 2012, 7:38 AM 1
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dont buy from samsumg anymore. they have bad after sales service. http://hothardware.com/m/News/
posted on Jan 06, 2012, 11:11 AM 0
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