How come Total Shipment is 1432.9 ( Q1 - 336.5, Q2 - 337.2, Q3 - 355.2, Q4-399.5 ). As per IDC. It should be 1428.4.
Samsung is turning things around in the mid range market, which helped grow samsung's market share despite high end s and note losing compared to the previous year. This is definitely where they should keep investing their efforts in.
AnonD-126854, 29 Jan 2016Stop with this comment , ignorant. The retailers never order smartphones at ones. They order ... moreI think it is you who is showing ignorance. Not all suppliers pays for products upfront, some pay only for the ones they do actually sell. For the ones that do not sell, they are shipped back and shipped out to another supplier that can sell them.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2016Well, here's the thing. The market share is a good indicator of how the smartphone had been so... more.Temper ?, what are you on about ?.
Anyway, you have obviously not read the rest of the comments here, to understand why I made the comment I did ?.
AnonD-362866, 28 Jan 2016I'm in love with a stripper!!! :DNow you've lost everyone.
Trooper, 28 Jan 2016Here's the thing, shipments are not sales. As in, they are not devices that have been sold, or... moreWell, here's the thing. The market share is a good indicator of how the smartphone had been sold. Samsung is definitely leading in that area and the year on year growth is way way way higher than Apple could ever archieved. Btw, the headline is literally only talking about 'shipments' . Hold your temper. Nobody said anything about sales or anything.
Trooper, 28 Jan 2016Here's the thing, shipments are not sales. As in, they are not devices that have been sold, or... moreStop with this comment , ignorant.
The retailers never order smartphones at ones. They order some amount of smartphones from the beginning, and if they go out of the stock, they order more. Again and again. And they pay those orders , so the the OEM gets their money.
If some brand doesn't sell so good(like the iphones) , the retailers don't order again , or order less. Smartphones that sell better have more orders. Shipment. Right?
No one retailer is forced to buy from the OEM more than he can sell.
And yes, the OEMs have their money. So no difference between sold or shipped for the OEM.
Anonymous, 28 Jan 2016Sony is the best brand always.iam using samsung S6 its worst phone 3 hrs batery overheat full ... moreThis is ur sony hahaha...
Samsung buys Sony's entire stake in LCD joint venture
Samsung sales that big because of asian countries.
If you can just see it in every asian country. try to fly around asian country for you to see.
AnonD-362866, 28 Jan 2016I'm in love with a stripper!!! :Dyou're indeed in love with an iFruitcake
Chen, 28 Jan 2016I just love your comments on any Samsung / Apple article, Honest Realist.
I just LOL how you ... moreand lets not forget about the one that post their self as "Harmonica"..... very defendent of their rotten ifruit produce.... wonder if Jobs left them with the job to bash andriod product, especially Samsung.....
iFruit fan boy and girl....
It always was going to end up this way. Sony made phones they wanted people to buy, not phones that people actually wanted. They were one of the first to go for the non-removable batteries; and now even Samsung is seeing that you can't force such design ideas onto the unwilling. Making their top phones waterproof was a masterstroke, but they had nothing to follow it up with. A complete failure.
Here's the thing, shipments are not sales. As in, they are not devices that have been sold, or are actually making said company a profit. Sales on the other hand, do.
AnonD-130610, 28 Jan 2016Sony it's over.Sony is the best brand always.iam using samsung S6 its worst phone 3 hrs batery overheat full of hanging. And lags.i went give back them store peoples telling sir tis phone price drops it will goes 8k ,really I feal a lot.earlier iam using its a wonderful phone .i love u sony