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Samsung, Apple retain top position in market share but Chinese brands are the real champions - Business Today;

Samsung, Apple retain top position in market share but Chinese brands are the real champions - Business Today

Business TodaySamsung, Apple retain top position in market share but Chinese brands are the real championsBusiness TodaySamsung and Apple surface as the top players in the smartphone industry yet again. According to a report by IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, around 347.4 million smartphones were shipped across the world and the shipments grew by 4.3 ...and more »

Samsung leads the pile while Chinese vendors continue to dominate global smartphone shipments: IDC - The Mobile Indian;

Samsung leads the pile while Chinese vendors continue to dominate global smartphone shipments: IDC - The Mobile Indian

The Mobile IndianSamsung leads the pile while Chinese vendors continue to dominate global smartphone shipments: IDCThe Mobile IndianThe global smartphone shipments grew 4.3 percent in the first quarter of 2017 up from the forecasted 3.69 percent, as per the latest IDC report. 2017 has been off to a decent start in the smartphone industry with a couple of major flagships in the name ...and more »

Samsung and Apple remain leaders, but Chinese phones​ leading growth: IDC report - Livemint;

Samsung and Apple remain leaders, but Chinese phones​ leading growth: IDC report - Livemint

LivemintSamsung and Apple remain leaders, but Chinese phones​ leading growth: IDC reportLivemintThe IDC report points that the discounts and deals on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge allowed Samsung to clear out the inventory. Photo: AP. Chinese smartphone makers continue to be the key drivers of growth in the smartphone market. According to ...and more »

Chinese vendors inch closer to the top as Samsung, Apple lead smartphone shipments in Q1 2017: IDC - Digit;

Chinese vendors inch closer to the top as Samsung, Apple lead smartphone shipments in Q1 2017: IDC - Digit

DigitChinese vendors inch closer to the top as Samsung, Apple lead smartphone shipments in Q1 2017: IDCDigitThe International Data Corporation, IDC, has released smartphone shipment statistics for the first three months of the year. As per the report, Samsung is leading the pack with a worldwide smartphone shipment volume of 79.2 million and a global market ...and more »

Selfie trend has worked out for OEMs like Vivo, Gionee: Counterpoint - Gizbot;

Selfie trend has worked out for OEMs like Vivo, Gionee: Counterpoint - Gizbot

GizbotSelfie trend has worked out for OEMs like Vivo, Gionee: CounterpointGizbotSelfie-focused camera in smartphones is one of the fastest growing trends though merely a supply side pushes to drive the selfie trend. By: Priyanka Dua. Published: Monday, May 1, 2017, 12:00 [IST] ...and more »

Over 29 million smartphones shipped to India in Q1: Counterpoint report - Daily News & Analysis;

Over 29 million smartphones shipped to India in Q1: Counterpoint report - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisOver 29 million smartphones shipped to India in Q1: Counterpoint reportDaily News & AnalysisSmartphone shipments in India grew 15% to 29 million units in March quarter compared to the year-ago period, with top five brands capturing almost 70% of total segment, research firm Counterpoint said. India is one of the world's largest and among the ...and more »

Xiaomi Is Now The Second Highest Selling Smartphone In India - Huffington Post India;

Xiaomi Is Now The Second Highest Selling Smartphone In India - Huffington Post India

Huffington Post IndiaXiaomi Is Now The Second Highest Selling Smartphone In IndiaHuffington Post IndiaTimely launches of new smartphones and their improved availability in the market has made Xiaomi the second highest selling phone brand in India. The latest report by Counterpoint media indicates that the Chinese phonemaker has a 13 percent ...and more »

Samsung Dethrones Apple in Smartphone Market - BusinessKorea;

Samsung Dethrones Apple in Smartphone Market - BusinessKorea

BusinessKoreaSamsung Dethrones Apple in Smartphone MarketBusinessKoreaIn the global smartphone market, Samsung Electronics reclaimed the number-one title. Samsung which lost the top spot to Apple in the fourth quarter of last year came in first again. According to market research firm IDC on April 30, Samsung Electronics ...and more »

Samsung remains top smartphone vendor in India - Korea Times

Samsung remains top smartphone vendor in IndiaKorea TimesSamsung Electronics maintained its lead in the Indian smartphone market in the first quarter of 2017, a global industry tracker said, Monday, as competition from Chinese rivals is heating up. According to a report by Singapore-based Canalys, the market ...and more »

Samsung, Apple top the smartphone vendors list in Q1 2017 - Techradar India;

Samsung, Apple top the smartphone vendors list in Q1 2017 - Techradar India

Techradar IndiaSamsung, Apple top the smartphone vendors list in Q1 2017Techradar IndiaMuch to our surprise, a new report from IDC claims that Samsung continued to dominate the mobile industry in Q1 2017 despite the failure of the Galaxy Note 7 late last year. This speaks volumes about the trust that the customers have on Samsung as a ...and more »

Smartphone shipments on the rise, Samsung, Apple on top in Q1 2017: IDC - India Today;

Smartphone shipments on the rise, Samsung, Apple on top in Q1 2017: IDC - India Today

India TodaySmartphone shipments on the rise, Samsung, Apple on top in Q1 2017: IDCIndia TodayDespite the Note 7 fiasco, Samsung quickly recovered its smartphone sales to top the global shipment charts. Last year, users all over the world started reporting instances of the Galaxy Note 7's battery exploding which led to widespread recalls and ...and more »

Smartphone sales in India register 15 per cent annual growth, four out of five handsets Made in India - Tech2 (blog);

Smartphone sales in India register 15 per cent annual growth, four out of five handsets Made in India - Tech2 (blog)

Tech2 (blog)Smartphone sales in India register 15 per cent annual growth, four out of five handsets Made in IndiaTech2 (blog)Smartphone shipments in India registered a growth of 15 per cent annually in the first quarter of 2017, reaching 29 million units, a report said on Saturday. According to findings by market research firm Counterpoint, Samsung continued to retain the ...and more »

Samsung, Apple lead global smartphone market in Q1 2017; OPPO, Vivo and Huawei grow stronger: IDC - BGR India;

Samsung, Apple lead global smartphone market in Q1 2017; OPPO, Vivo and Huawei grow stronger: IDC - BGR India

BGR IndiaSamsung, Apple lead global smartphone market in Q1 2017; OPPO, Vivo and Huawei grow stronger: IDCBGR IndiaUntil last year, the global smartphone market was believed to be heading towards a saturation point, despite emerging markets like India showing a decent growth rate. IDC's latest report, however, now suggests it's too early to call the smartphone ...and more »

Samsung, Apple top smartphone vendors, but the Chinese are ... - The Indian Express;

Samsung, Apple top smartphone vendors, but the Chinese are ... - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressSamsung, Apple top smartphone vendors, but the Chinese are ...The Indian ExpressSamsung and Apple are on top in the smartphone market, but Chinese players are growing fast, says IDC.and more »

Samsung leads globally with 7.9 million smartphone sales in Q1, 2017 even before Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ launch: IDC - BGR India;

Samsung leads globally with 7.9 million smartphone sales in Q1, 2017 even before Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ launch: IDC - BGR India

BGR IndiaSamsung leads globally with 7.9 million smartphone sales in Q1, 2017 even before Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ launch: IDCBGR IndiaApple, Huawei, Oppo and Vivo took the remaining top five positions in the global smartphone market for the period between January and March 2017. By IANS | Updated: May 1, 2017 9:38 AM IST. 0 Shares. Facebook share; Twitter share; Share on Google+ ...and more »

Latest smartphone stats: Chinese brands gain, Apple and Samsung fall - The National Business Review;

Latest smartphone stats: Chinese brands gain, Apple and Samsung fall - The National Business Review

The National Business ReviewLatest smartphone stats: Chinese brands gain, Apple and Samsung fallThe National Business ReviewMarket leaders Samsung and Apple have fallen slightly in IDC's latest worldwide smartphone shipment figures, while a trio of Chinese brands – Huawei, Oppo and Vivo – have gained. The latest figures for New Zealand also show Huawei making strong gains ...and more »

Samsung leaves Apple behind, once again emerges as market leader - NewsBytes;

Samsung leaves Apple behind, once again emerges as market leader - NewsBytes

NewsBytesSamsung leaves Apple behind, once again emerges as market leaderNewsBytesIDC research noted that in the first quarter of 2017, Samsung once again made its way to the top leaving, its major rival, Apple behind. Galaxy Note 7 fiasco might have left Samsung economically drained along with a loss of face but as the firm embarks ...and more »

Samsung widening gap with Apple in smartphones - Korea Times

Samsung widening gap with Apple in smartphonesKorea TimesSamsung Electronics regained its title as the world's largest smartphone vendor in the first quarter of the year, beating arch-rival Apple by a large margin, according to market researcher IDC. This came only a quarter after the Seoul-based tech titan ...and more »

Xiaomi and Vivo Entered into Top Brands of Mobile Sellers Followed by Samsung ([email protected]) - Phone Mantra

Xiaomi and Vivo Entered into Top Brands of Mobile Sellers Followed by Samsung ([email protected])Phone MantraXiaomi and Vivo Entered into Top Brands, Canalys is an independent analyst company. It delivers smart market insights. In the first quarter of 2017 Indian smartphone market has grown 12 percent. As usual, Samsung continued to dominate the market.and more »

A Galaxy X Prototype Might Debut With The Note 8 This Year, But It Probably Won't Be Available Until 2019 - The Inquisitr;

A Galaxy X Prototype Might Debut With The Note 8 This Year, But It Probably Won't Be Available Until 2019 - The Inquisitr

The InquisitrA Galaxy X Prototype Might Debut With The Note 8 This Year, But It Probably Won't Be Available Until 2019The InquisitrThe Galaxy X is arguably Samsung's most cryptic smartphone to date. Always rumored but never confirmed, the transformable, bendable mobile device is yet to see an official announcement. With leaks and speculations alleging that the revolutionary hybrid ...and more »