25 February 2010

Nokia is still bought more than any mobile

According to research company Gartenr who looked at mobil markdet for 2009, a total of 1.211 billion phones worldwide, a slight decrease of 0.9% over the previous year.

Looking at how sales are distributed among the individual producers, so it is again Nokia, which has sold the most, with over 440 million phones. It gives the Finnish company a market share of 36.4%, representing a decrease of 2.2 percentage points compared to 2008.

After Nokia find Samsung in second place and LG third with respectively 19.5% and 10.1% of the world market. Both companies have thus experienced increases in their market, because in 2008 was respectively 16.3% and 8.4%.

On fourth-and fifth place is Motorola and Sony Ericsson, which both have experienced a decline. The most serious problem for Motorola, which has almost been halved its sales from 106.5 million units sold in 2008 to 58.5 million in 2009.

Focused on the smartphone market, based on operating systems, it's also Nokia, which ranks first with 80.9 million Symbian devices. They are followed by RIM with 34.3 million units and iPhone with 24.9 million units.


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