Nokia Retired of 5 Large Manufacturers Mobile
Nokia Transition to leave Symbian operating system and switch to Windows Phone will be costly. Because the mobile phone makers who had become the largest in the world must now retire from top 5 ranking. Reported from AllThingsD, Saturday (10/27/2012), the IDC survey on the second quarter of this year, Nokia still ranked third in the worldâ€™s largest mobile phone maker. But the results of the third quarter survey said another. The third quarter IDC survey reveals Nokia did not even succeed perched on top 5 ranking. Meanwhile its defeat has boosted the dominance of the two smartphone giants Samsung and Apple. In the third quarter, Samsung shipped 56.3 million smartphones globally. Samsung gained market share of 31.3 percent. Meanwhile, Apple has shipped 26.9 million smartphones to claim a market share of 15 percent. This figure rose 13.8 percent compared to the third quarter last year. Under these two smartphone giants, top 5 rank IDC version noted the name of Research in Motion (RIM), ZTE and HTC. RIM claimed the third position with a market share of 4.3 percent. Then followed by ZTE with a market share of 4.2 percent in the rank-four and HTC ranked fifth with 4 percent market share.Read More on http://www.technonewspaper.com Related Posts Windows 8 devices being tested in Australia?
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