Apple and Samsung account for 90% of smartphone profits, control 55% of the market

Apple and Samsung account for 90% of smartphone profits, control 55% of the market

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New It’s common knowledge by now that Apple’s smartphone business is all but unique in the mobile world in terms of its ability to generate profits. However, when a competitor is added to it, and the pair are compared to the larger smartphone market, the difference between those at the top...
Apple and Samsung account for 90% of smartphone profits, control 55% of the market
                                       

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