Samsung kept a steady growth pace in
the third quarter to reach a double-digit share on the Western
European smartphone market, according to a report by Strategy
Analytics. The Korean company's share stood at 10.9 per cent, a
growth attributed mostly to a slide in Nokia's positions in Europe.
The Finnish company is still first with a share of 31 per cent,
followed by Apple and RIM. Sammy takes the fourth place and
Taiwan-based HTC is fifth.
Samsung enjoys tremendous demand for
its Galaxy S devices.
At the same time, the company is the only producer of
the revolutionary Super AMOLED screens, used to vivify Windows Phone
7, Galaxy S and bada devices. Do you think that
Samsung will be able to keep the pace up?
source: The Chosun Ilbo
via Samsung Hub