Samsung gains market share in U.S. in Q4 2013

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The last three months of the year usually see increased smartphone sales, and that helped Samsung increase its market share in the U.S. by 1.2 percent in the last quarter of 2013, going up from 24.9 percent to 26.1 percent, a growth that’s more or less similar to what the Korean manufacturer achieved in the third quarter. This is a good indication that while the Galaxy Note 3 received critical acclaim and sold in drovers, it hasn’t helped Samsung move too close to Apple – in fact, Apple saw the same amount of growth as its biggest rival, which is a good sign of the saturation the high-end market is facing at the moment.


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3 years 11 months ago

Samsung has nothing to worry about they own the Global market share as well as the overall android market share for over three years going into it’s fourth year in 2014.

That’s why GOOGLE signed that partnership with Samsung in the first place. Google doesn’t want to lose because they already know Samsung is android period nothing else matters.