HTC led the way with a 35.4% market share of the Taiwan smartphone market in June
Behind HTC was global leader Samsung. The Korean manufacturer had a 27.7% market share of Taiwan's smartphone market in June, down from 29% the prior month. Japan's Sony was third with a 14.8% share. Apple and Nokia rounded out the top 5 with shares of 7.8% and 2% respectively.
The top selling smartphone in the country for June was (drum roll, please)...the 32GB HTC One followed by the 16GB Samsung GALAXY Note II, 16GB Samsung Galaxy S4, 16GB HTC One and the HTC Butterfly.
While HTC might have been on top in terms of units sold, when it came to dollar value it was Samsung on top of the Taiwan smartphone market in June with a 27.7% share. HTC was second with a 24.2% slice. Sony (12.4%), Nokia (5.9%) and Apple (3.9%) completed the top 5.