Study finds that over 40% of Dutch users have a Samsung smartphone

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Last updated: November 12th, 2015 at 17:07 UTC+02:00

A study conducted by Deloitte found that more than 40% of smartphone users in The Netherlands own a smartphone made by Samsung, the same study puts Apple in second place, accounting for just 23% of the country’s smartphone users. The study’s participants were asked about the make of the smartphone they currently own as well as the one they had before it, results put Samsung on top with 40.5% and 31% of participants said that their previous device was also made by Samsung.

Apple clinched second place with the study revealing that 23% said they owned a handset made by the fruit company, Nokia came in third place with about 10%, the Finnish company’s hardware business was acquired by Microsoft nearly two years ago. HTC, Sony and Huawei bring up the rear with 5.3%, 4.4% and 3.8% respectively.

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