Sold nearly 300 million phones in the first quarter of 2009

9:13 AM Edited by Blony

Punctual as always, comes the new market research of ABI Research - New York company with decades of experience in the field-which shows how, even during the crisis in global economy, the mobile phone market is becoming increasingly solid.

Despite the rosy forecasts slightly (confirmed by a decrease of 11% over the past year), sales of phones all over the world, once again, showed how the market is always in favor of certain kinds of consumer goods. In fact, according to research conducted by the Company, would be 258 million devices sold in the first quarter of this year.

The complete data of the research are available only to paying (for the companies involved), the general we will show below. The company with the highest share is the Finnish Nokia, which owns 36.2% versus 5.6% of growing SonyEricsson, which points up the damage of the first in the standings, thanks to a variety of touch screen terminals placed on the market. The Korean Samsung and LG Electronics will share the remaining slices with a 17.8% and 8.8%, respectively. Finally, Apple conquers the 1, 5% due to its iPhone 3G and the Canadian RIM (Research In Motion), with its product, known as Blackberry Bold, reaches 3.0%.

via IntoMobile