According to a recent report by Strategy Analytics, Samsung has regained the top smartphone spot in quarter one of 2015.
Samsung apparently shipped a total of 83.2 million smartphones in quarter one, Apple are in second place with total shipments of 61.2 million smartphones.
Neil Mawston, Executive Director at Strategy Analytics, added, “Samsung shipped 83.2 million smartphones worldwide and captured 24 percent marketshare in Q1 2015, dipping from 31 percent a year earlier. Samsung continued to face challenges in Asia and elsewhere, but its global performance has stabilized sufficiently well this quarter to overtake Apple and recapture first position as the world’s largest smartphone vendor by volume. Apple shipped 61.2 million smartphones worldwide and captured 18 percent marketshare in Q1 2015, rising from 15 percent in Q1 2014. Apple’s new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models remain wildly popular in China and worldwide, as consumers upgrade to larger-screen phablets for enhanced data experiences.”
In third placer is Lenovo / Motorola who shipped a total of 18.8 million handsets and in fourth place is Huawei who shipped a total of 17.3 million smartphones.
Source Android Central
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