Nokia continues to lose share in the smartphone

7:30 AM Edited by Blony

Arrive on time the company Gartner projections for the world of mobile telephony. Growth is still slow, accomplice the financial crisis, and stood at 3.7% worldwide. In the last quarter were 38.1 million phones sold. Bad news for the leaders that Nokia has lost market share in the smartphone. Its sales for this sector, in fact, have decreased by 17% leading share from 50.9% to 40.8% with 15.6 million units sold.

And while there is someone who loses in the other there is someone else who wins. RIM, in fact, with his BlackBerry went from 10.9% to 19.5% of the market with a +85% and 7.4 million phones sold. Apple is growing thanks to its iPhone goes from 5.2% to 10.7% of the market with 4.1 million phones sold in 3 months. HTC follow closely with 4.3% and Samsung with 4.2%.