Anonymous, 28 Nov 2017Is this in all released models in the time period or just the flagship vs iPhone 8, 8+ ?
Sa... moreDid you even read the article till the very bottom?
Samsung leads on Volume dude.
Apple leads the operating profit and revenue.
Is this in all released models in the time period or just the flagship vs iPhone 8, 8+ ?
Samsung have A series, C series, J series and S series.
Kind of weird when Samsung have so many different models of each series and then sell les then iphones do.
TomSeo, 28 Nov 2017Sony can easily catch up with those numbers but they keep doing shitty marketing techniques... At least till this statement was written , Sony Xperia under Sony Mobile Communications has been survived for 16-20 years since their first phone (their paradigm shift says so) with their mostly-same strategies unlike some companies who failed (and yeah , Xperia is almost 10 years) . They used their Mobile divison for introducing some innovation and new things that mostly under-hood such as : 3-stack-layer-DRAM camera module and sensors , pushing the screen resolution in phone to able run 4K that mostly wasn't possible at that time , how to open SIM Slot and SD Card without SIM Ejector , and much more that i need to dig more .
Even if you want them to catch those Samsung and Apple numbers easily , it's already impossible to make it happen , as Sony already stated they won't matters the numbers how many Xperia sold every quarters since 2015 . (to remind : Z3 era despite being the best , it's also the era where Sony lost a lot of money) . But instead , how to get a lot profits with small numbers sold and sell it without even promoting very much (they ain't Oppo or Vivo who over-promoted which people also don't like the way they do) . UNLESS , some "miracles" happens next year with their 4th chapter of Xperia .
Cant wait for all the halfwit 15 year old "marketing and tech expert analysts" from third world countries to tell me how Apple is made by Samsung and that I'm a total loser because I happen to prefer myself an iPhone.
Sony can easily catch up with those numbers but they keep doing shitty marketing techniques...