Anonymous, 02 May 2010Nokia - 107.8 million devices (36,6% market share)
Samsung - 64.3 million units (21,8% marke... moreThanks for the stats...
Now with the phones like n8, x2, c3, c6 nokia will be more stronger and stronger... Not to mention nokia is going to announce their s^4 and meego flagship before the end of this year.. Symbian^1 is still popular and with symbian^3 nokia will hit the market.. I can see a bright future of Nokia.. It will be interesting competition between Nokia N8 and Samsung Wave..
can't say i'm surprised. everyone has blackberry where i live. And these are not business people... There is some craze in the UK about bb's. There's even a song out about it
Nokia - 107.8 million devices (36,6% market share)
Samsung - 64.3 million units (21,8% market share )
LG - 27.1 million units (9,2% market share)
RIM - 10,6 million units (3,6% market share)
SE - 10.5 million units (3,6% market share)
Apple - 8.75 million units (2.1% market share)
Motorola - 8.5 million units (?% market share)
HTC - 3.3 million units(?% market share)
HA! Nokia in the LEAD!!! only 2% decrease but with the coming S^3 sales are gonna sky rocket once again and Nokia can reclaim its position as the top Phone Dog!!
Apple?? Its sales are way too low to make any difference.
I would like to see the whole list, with HTC, Apple etc., not only top 5...
Im not surprised by motorolla, here in southafrica i hear nothing about them. Heck i dont even know whats their range in latest phones...
I can see alot of business people buying RIM Phones. They good at what they do.
Sony ericsson is 4th lol. where is that guy se2010 i wanna hear his bullshyt on this... :D