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Chart: Samsung rides Android past Apple, Nokia and RIM
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Chart: Samsung rides Android past Apple, Nokia and RIM

Chart: Samsung rides Android past Apple, Nokia and RIM

To understand the roller-coaster trip that’s the world smartphone market today, look no additional than this chart, created by GeekWire based mostly on information from the IDC analysis agency’s Quarterly Cell Telephone Tracker.

Chart: Samsung rides Android past Apple, Nokia and RIMSamsung has taken benefit of the expansion of Google’s Android cellular working system to reign supreme as the No. 1 smartphone vendor in the world, by shipments, up from a lowly No. 5 a bit of greater than a 12 months in the past, in response to the IDC information.

Aside from displaying the affect of Android in the marketplace, Samsung’s meteoric progress additionally underscores the importance of its patent cope with Microsoft, giving the Redmond firm unspecified royalties on Samsung’s Android device sales.

Additionally observe the regular rise of HTC, one other Android smartphone maker with which Microsoft has a patent deal. (HTC and Samsung additionally make Home windows Telephones.)

The traits don’t look pretty much as good for Microsoft’s flagship smartphone associate, Nokia, which has gone from the undisputed market chief to only one other member of the pack, in response to the IDC information. The businesses are relying on a new line of Windows Phones from Nokia to assist flip issues round.

Analysis in Movement, maker of the BlackBerry, was seeing its numbers begin to slide even earlier than a recent outage of its systems bruised its reputation.

Apple’s outcomes for the third quarter have been damage by a later-than-normal release of its latest iPhone.

Beforehand on GeekWire: Latest Windows Phone data: Nowhere to go but up, right?

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