Killer Droid, 06 Jun 2013Lol where is nokia??????????????Probably nowhere as "everyone can see" and duh! it's only a comparison between smartphones. If you are up to date with Nokia, you'll be saying about I know why Nokia is not in the top OEM(s) list in the smartphone market.
Eagerly waiting for the game changer i.e. EOS. Hopefully, that will bump up Nokia's smartphones sales.
Killer Droid, 06 Jun 2013Lol where is nokia??????????????Not even worth mentioning.
many people still appreciate Android, that's good
and Motorola, despite not releasing anything new since the Razr HDs, are still a strong presence in the US Market
good luck to all, may the consumers win!
Gelvin, 06 Jun 2013Don't think so. 0.1% is not a big loss as compared 0.3 and 0.8. When you are a new player with minimal market share and you launch a new product AND you still manage to keep lowering your share even further, yes, you are sinking.
If you can ever stay afloat, thats another issue.
This is a waste of time since the data is already outdated as you can see in post further below 'Samsung Galaxy S4 outsells iPhone 5 for the first time in US'
So what is the news value of this post except to give false ideas of the reality!!!
What surprising me is Symbian is still there with 0.5% market shares and no loss :o
lol, 06 Jun 2013The ship called wp is sinking, this is the end.Don't think so. 0.1% is not a big loss as compared 0.3 and 0.8.
Woah! I'm surprised that Samsung got so many sales! Almost as high as Apple's, having in mind their phones, it is really a surprise!