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Samsung Passes Nokia To Become World's No. 1 Phone Maker

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A continued drop in sales at Nokia allowed Samsung to pass it up to grab the title of world’s No.1 seller of cell phones. Nokia sold 83 million units, while Samsung sold 92 million phones, according to IHS iSuppli. That’s a reversal from last year’s fourth quarter, where Nokia shipped...
Samsung Passes Nokia To Become World's No. 1 Phone Maker

Samsung probably sold the most smartphones in 2011

gigaom.com
Trying to count who sold the most smartphones is a difficult business. That’s mostly due to Samsung’s decision to stop releasing unit sales figures for its smartphone sales. The company has taken to releasing sales growth percentages, and market research firms are basing projections of how many phones Samsung shipped...
Samsung probably sold the most smartphones in 2011

APPLE vs. SAMSUNG: Who's The King Of Smartphones?

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Apple and Samsung both reported blockbuster first quarters. Apple and Samsung are both now more cellphone companies than anything else (iPhones are more than 50% of Apple's revenue and cellphones are more than 40% of Samsung's revenue). Apple and Samsung together account for a huge share of the global smartphone...
APPLE vs. SAMSUNG: Who's The King Of Smartphones?

LTE subscribers will more than double this year, passing 198 million by end of 2013 says iSuppli

thenextweb.com
The world’s first publicly available long-term evolution (LTE) service was launched by TeliaSonera in Oslo and Stockholm on December 14, 2009. This year, the 4G wireless standard known is projected to more than double, surpassing the 100 million mark. The latest figures numbers come from research firm iSuppli. At the...
LTE subscribers will more than double this year, passing 198 million by end of 2013 says iSuppli

Half of All Mobile Phones Will Be Smartphones by 2013, Two Years Earlier Than Forecast

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Those smartphones are growing up so fast. It seems like just yesterday they were sending their first emails from their baby keyboards, and now they are poised to take over the world. A new report from IHS says that smartphones will account for half the market in 2013, two years...
Half of All Mobile Phones Will Be Smartphones by 2013, Two Years Earlier Than Forecast
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