Smartphone manufacturers have had a good time in recent years. The market has been burgeoning and the sale graph has rocketed northwards. However, this ecstasy may be short-lived, so claims market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC).
Samsung, Sony, BlackBerry and Apple''''s iPhone get on the guard and make a little space the LG Optimus G Pro has finally made its presence known. Isn’t it time, for these high-end competitors to share the slice of the “Smartphone market share” with LG now? With LG Optimus G Pro launched at only about Rs. 42,500, we hope Galaxy Note II is making a “note” of this recent launch!
You might think that demand for Apple iPhones is much more than what Apple can meet, but the reality seems to be quite different.
According to news surfacing in Canadian newspapers RIM (Research in Motion) is set to cut atleast 2,000 jobs across the department in lieu of its global restructuring efforts.
According to Samsung increased Smartphone sale boosted their Q4 result in which the company registered 17% increased earning.
Motorola Mobility registered dip in revenue in the fourth quarter due to the increased competition in Smartphone market.
Samsung continues to lead the smartphone market in United States but Apple is gaining share.
China has overtaken the United States to become the largest market for smartphones, according to a report by Strategy Analytics.
Samsung Electronics Co. has surpassed arch rival Apple Inc. to become the world's largest smartphone seller in the third quarter this year, a new study released by Strategy Analytics shows.
Apple Inc. is projected to lead the smartphone market this year, thanks to the surging popularity of the company’s flagship hand-held device, iPhone.