According to Strategy Analytics, the iPhone 5 topped the world’s smartphone sales for the fourth quarter of 2012.
The HTC One and HTC’s media event shows that the Taiwanese company may already be using some of Apple’s licensed mobile tech, not to mention keynote-related marketing strategy.
According to Chitika’s latest US and Canada mobile web traffic report, if we only take the iPhone 5 and S3 into account, the score is 51% – 49%.
It turns out the top 5 rated Sprint devices are mostly Android, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 reigning supreme, followed by the LG Optimus G and the ubiquitous Samsung Galaxy S3.
Another month, another chance for Samsung to gloat. According to the sales stats that price comparison website uSwitch has released for the month of January, the top three best-selling smartphones in the UK were all Samsung’s Galaxy offerings.
They might still not have the glamour and glitz of the Academy Awards given out in cinema, but GSMA’s Global Mobile Awards have become a major point of interest for tech aficionados across the world.
Globe and Smart subscribers in the Philippines get to enjoy free, unlimited LTE access on top of their usual data plans.
While we can’t really claim secrets are better kept in the Android décor than in Apple’s world, especially now, we can’t help but laugh our behinds off whenever iPhone clones looking exactly like the originals come out before the authentic devices.
As 2012 is over, we’ve been reflecting on how smartphone manufacturers fared over the past year. Interestingly, ChangeWave has published its quarterly consumer smartphone report, which gives us insight into the demand for Apple and Samsung smartphones in North America.
Consumer Reports believes that the iPhone 5 is a poorer smartphone when compared to high-end Android devices such as the Galaxy S3, Optimus G, and Razr HD.