According to data distributed yesterday by some analysts the Korean giant Samsung would be growing with regard to the number of smartphone distributed quarter after quarter. Also increasing the gap over the competition
The world of smartphones speaks more and more Korean. This is what emerges from the latest data published by some online research companies that, in just the first quarter of this 2013 the Asian giant Samsung would distribute a total of 70.7 million terminals.
This result is certainly important for Samsung, and perhaps quite daunting for the competition which sees the gap widening from year to year. In second place we find Apple, with 37.4 million distributed solutions, about half of those Samsung and most importantly only 2 million more than last year, compared to 26 million increase company Eastern Europe.
Speaking in percentages, the share of Samsung rose from 28.8% in the same period last year to the current 32.7%, while for the eternal rival Apple, a decline of about 6 percentage points that lead at 17 , 3% of the market share of the bitten apple.
In third place are then LG, followed by Huawei and ZTE, all up from the first quarter of 2012 with sales volumes nearly doubled and a gain ranging from 0.2 to '1.6% with regard to the share.
Not included in the ranking instead major producers like Nokia, HTC, Sony, BlackBerry and Motorola, which therefore fall within the "other" category, which is credited for the remaining 36.4% of the market share, equal to just under 79 million smartphones, only 8 million in more than just Samsung.