Thursday, 20 September 2018

Nokia slips further behind Samsung in Q2

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 26 July 13

IDC says lesser-known handset brands now comprise nearly half of the overall market.

Samsung put further daylight between it and nearest rival Nokia during the second quarter, as the world's biggest handset maker saw a 16.3% increase in shipments. The South Korean electronics giant shipped 113.4 million handsets, 72.4 million of which were smartphones. By comparison, Nokia – which took top spot from Motorola in 1998 but was overtaken by Samsung last year &ndash…

Samsung put further daylight between it and nearest rival Nokia during the second quarter, as the world's biggest handset maker saw a 16.3% increase in shipments. The South Korean electronics giant shipped 113.4 million handsets, 72.4 million of which were smartphones. By comparison, Nokia – which took top spot from Motorola in 1998 but was overtaken by Samsung last year &ndash…

TT PREMIUM CONTENT

If you are a subscriber login here


To access premium content you need to upgrade your account. To find out more click here

Since you're here...

...the Telecoms industry is characterised by constant change and evolution. That's why it's crucial for telecoms professionals to keep up-to-date with what is happening. Join 35,000+ of your peers and sign up to our free newsletter service today, to be in the know about what is going on. PLUS, as a member you can submit your own press releases!

See all membership options

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Newsletter signup

Quickly get on board and up to date with the telecoms industry