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Report: Asia/Pacific Only Region To Show Mobile Phone Sales Growth Last Quarter, China Wins 25.7% Of Global Sales

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In a new report from Gartner, the only global market to experience mobile phone sales growth during Q1 2013 was the Asia/Pacific region, demonstrating a 6.4 percent increase year-on-year. This growth rate accounted for a 53.1 percent year-on-year increase in Asia/Pacific’s share of mobile... Please visit Marketing Land for the...
Report: Asia/Pacific Only Region To Show Mobile Phone Sales Growth Last Quarter, China Wins 25.7% Of Global Sales

Gartner: worldwide mobile phone sales dipped 2.3 percent while users wait for next iPhone

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Gartner is reporting that worldwide mobile phone sales this quarter dropped 2.3 percent as buyers postponed upgrades and held out for the next big thing. Of the 419 million units sold in the last three months, Samsung, Nokia and Apple unsurprisingly took the lion's share of the sales, while...
Gartner: worldwide mobile phone sales dipped 2.3 percent while users wait for next iPhone

Tablet Sales Skyrocketing as the PC Approaches Extinction

www.pcworld.com
According to a report released today by Gartner Research, PC sales will continue to decline steadily over the next five years, and sales of mobile devices will continue to see incredible growth.  The report suggests that tablet and mobile phone sales will eclipse 2.6 billion units by 2017, rising...
Tablet Sales Skyrocketing as the PC Approaches Extinction

Apple nabs crown as current top US mobile phone vendor

arstechnica.com
For the first time since Apple entered the mobile phone market in 2007, it has been ranked the top mobile phone vendor in the US. For the latter quarter of 2012, sales of its iPhone accounted for 34 percent of all mobile phone sales—including feature phones—in the US according...
Apple nabs crown as current top US mobile phone vendor

Panasonic may leave European mobile phone market in 6 months

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Panasonic is to withdraw from European mobile phone sales within the next six months, according to reports. If true, the exit would see the company move out from the continent, with leaks suggesting that it will most likely miss its self-set target of 1.5 million smartphone sales this financial year.......
Panasonic may leave European mobile phone market in 6 months

Apple Passes LG to Become World's Third Largest Mobile Phone Manufacturer

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Research firm IDC today released its estimates of global mobile phone sales for the fourth quarter of and full-year 2011, finding Apple moving past LG to claim third place in the rankings for the first time. Apple was rapidly closing on LG by mid-2010, but fell back into fifth place...
Apple Passes LG to Become World's Third Largest Mobile Phone Manufacturer

Nokia banks on social integration to help boost mobile phone sales

www.pcworld.com
Nokia's latest advanced feature phone, the Asha 210, comes with a physical key to access WhatsApp messaging, as well as software clients for Twitter and Facebook.The launch of the new member of the Asha family follows Nokia's announcement last week that sales of its mobile phones in the first...
Nokia banks on social integration to help boost mobile phone sales

Apple’s mobile Internet share is still growing, despite Android

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Google’s OS may dominate mobile phone sales, but iPhone and iPad users rule the Web Click to enlarge. Data: NetMarketShare. Chart: PED FORTUNE — Google’s (GOOG) Android was the clear winner in mobile phone sales over the past 12 months. According to Gartner, Android’s worldwide market share in the first...
Apple’s mobile Internet share is still growing, despite Android

Apple's iPhone grows to 5.5% share of all mobile phone sales

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The iPhone accounted for 5.5 percent of all mobile phone sales in the third quarter of 2012, making Apple the third-largest handset maker in the world....
Apple's iPhone grows to 5.5% share of all mobile phone sales

Apple and Samsung Claim 99% of Profits Among Top Mobile Phone Vendors

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asymco's Horace Dediu has released his data on operating profits among the eight top mobile phone vendors for the first quarter of 2012, finding that Apple and Samsung together now hold 99% of the profits with Apple representing the lion's share at 73%. Apple's share was down slightly from 75%...
Apple and Samsung Claim 99% of Profits Among Top Mobile Phone Vendors
Mobiles on track to overtake PCs in Asia, Google executive claims

Samsung top cell phone maker though Apple's no slouch

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Samsung is outshining Nokia and Apple in mobile phone sales, but the iPhone maker saw its global market share more than double, says Gartner. [Read more]...
Samsung top cell phone maker though Apple's no slouch
Another Record Quarter For Smartphone Sales

Android this week: HTC One X+ leaked; LTE Photon Q coming; Galaxy S III sales humming

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Tablets such as the Nexus 7 had the spotlight last week, but this week was more about Android smartphones. At this point, most of the new handsets — with a few exceptions of the lower end models —  are finally launching with Android 4.0, Google’s platform that was announced in...
Android this week: HTC One X+ leaked; LTE Photon Q coming; Galaxy S III sales humming

Gartner and IDC issue dubious mobile phone sales numbers

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How can they pretend to estimate unit sales figures accurate to 100 units? FORTUNE -- Can you spot what's wrong with the spreadsheet at right issued Tuesday by Gartner, Inc? No, it's not the fact that it shows the worldwide market for mobile phones shrinking by 2.3% year over year....
Gartner and IDC issue dubious mobile phone sales numbers

Apple Overtakes Samsung As World’s Largest Smartphone Vendor In Q4

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According to the latest report from Strategy Analytics, Apple has now overtaken Samsung to become the world’s largest smartphone vendor by volume. Apple achieved 23.9% market share during Q4 2011, narrowly beating out Samsung’s 23.5% share. In addition, Apple shipped 37 million units in Q4, again going neck-and-neck with Samsung...
Apple Overtakes Samsung As World’s Largest Smartphone Vendor In Q4

Gartner: mobile phone sales fell two percent last quarter, Samsung confirmed as numero uno

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Gartner's latest dispatch reveals a wobbly global trade in mobile phones. Although our love of smartphones continued to blossom, with sales of that subcategory up nearly 45 percent, it wasn't enough to stave off a two percent overall decline compared to the same quarter in 2011. A total of...
Gartner: mobile phone sales fell two percent last quarter, Samsung confirmed as numero uno
Best Buy tops expectations in Q1, online revenue and mobile sales up

Samsung Galaxy S III smashes pre-order records in UK

gigaom.com
Any remaining doubts of high demand for Samsung’s Galaxy S III smartphone can be laid to rest: Vodafone told the Inquirer that pre-orders for the coming soon phone have set records, making the Galaxy S III the operator’s most pre-ordered Android device yet. Carphone Warehouse, a UK retailer echoed these sentiments,...
Samsung Galaxy S III smashes pre-order records in UK

Android Is Huge Now, But It Faces A Harrowing Future (GOOG, AAPL, MSFT)

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This is a modified version of a presentation from Business Insider Intelligence. Subscribers can download a PowerPoint or PDF version of the presentation with many more charts, plus the Excel spreadsheets used to create the charts. Sign up for a free trial here. Google's Android platform has been on a...
Android Is Huge Now, But It Faces A Harrowing Future (GOOG, AAPL, MSFT)

Apple grows to 7.9% of all mobile phone shipments worldwide

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Though it only sells smartphones, Apple represents nearly 8 percent of all worldwide mobile phone sales, making it the third-largest handset maker....
Apple grows to 7.9% of all mobile phone shipments worldwide

ZTE Aims For Apple, Samsung With Lofty 2012 Smartphone Sales Goal

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ZTE isn’t a name we hear a lot over in the States, but the company plans to change all that. But head of mobile strategy Ryu Chienhao claims that ZTE plans on selling 35 million smartphones this year, with hopes to become the number 3 smartphone and mobile phone vendor...
ZTE Aims For Apple, Samsung With Lofty 2012 Smartphone Sales Goal

Report shows that Nokia leads smartphone sales in the Middle East

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Despite the fact that Nokia ended 2011 on a very low note worldwide, posting a $1.4 billion loss in the fourth quarter, a recent report shows that it happens to be the top selling smartphone manufacturer in the Middle East. Gulf News reports that a study from Gartner, analyzing last year’s mobile...
Report shows that Nokia leads smartphone sales in the Middle East

iPhones only represent 3% of the ww mobile phone sales (& only 15% of smartphone). http://bit.ly/dhSbEN #gettingoutoftheechochamber

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iPhones only represent 3% of the ww mobile phone sales (& only 15% of smartphone). http://bit.ly/dhSbEN #gettingoutoftheechochamber

Report: Dish Network plans cellphone sales at Blockbuster

www.electronista.com
Blockbuster is planning to diversity its business into mobile phone sales as a test for owner Dish Network's planned entry into the wireless business, according to sources familiar with the matter. The effort will begin in Blockbuster's 850 surviving retail locations shortly, with the once-giant selling phones from Verizon Wireless,...
Report: Dish Network plans cellphone sales at Blockbuster

Nokia's dismal numbers: is Windows Phone a bust?

www.guardian.co.uk
Nokia's first-quarter results show smartphone sales down - but does that mean Windows Phone has failed? How does it shape up against other smartphone launches?Oh, Nokia. The red ink is pouring all over the place. The first-quarter 2012 results (PDF) show that not only did smartphone sales decline (to 11.9m...
Nokia's dismal numbers: is Windows Phone a bust?
Android Nearly 75% Of All Smartphones Shipped In Q1; Samsung Tops 30%; Mobile Sales Overall Nearly Flat, Says Gartner
Nokia loses another $1 billion in Q2, sells 4 million Windows Phones
LTE, Smartphones & Video equal to a mobile data boom

After dancing briefly with profit, Nokia sees $196M loss, 5.6M Lumias sold

venturebeat.com
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale Nokia’s brief flirtation with profit last quarter (following six quarters of losses) was bound to end — we just didn’t think it would be this soon. The Finnish company posted an operating loss of €150 million (PDF), or...
After dancing briefly with profit, Nokia sees $196M loss, 5.6M Lumias sold
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