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Samsung will Compete with Nokia on the Smartphone type


Starting the second quarter of 2011, Samsung expected to shift the position Nokia as the world's largest smartphone manufacturer. Similarly, predictions were released from Japan's leading securities firm, Nomura, Monday (06/12/2011).

"In 1996, Nokia launches Communicator and since then the leading market share in the size of the unit. After 14 years at the top, the Nokia seems to have to give up his crown on smartphones," wrote a note to analysts quoted by Reuters. In the third quarter of 2011, even predicting Nokia Nomura will go down in the third rank in the bottom of the Apple.

Although it is still the largest, Nokia's market share continues to erode the iPhone and Android. Giant mobile phone manufacturer that was eventually decided to switch focus from Symbian to Windows Phone with Microsoft to build an ecosystem together. The latest data IDC, in the first quarter of 2011, made ​​by Nokia Symbian is still leading with 24.3 percent followed by 18.7 percent of Apple, RIM's 14 percent, Samsung's 10.8 percent, 8.9 percent and HTC.

However, Samsung put the highest growth rates. Samsung's market share rose 350 percent over the same quarter a year earlier. One of Samsung's key to success is adopting a platform based on open source Android made ​​by Google to produce product variants varied from low to high price.




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