Sales of the Samsung Galaxy S4 slumped this summer, says a newly released market research report. Samsung managed to sell 5 million Galaxy S4 in August, but offset it with sales in the budget segment.
The number of tablets to be shipped during Q4 2013 is forecast to exceed the total number of PCs (desktops plus laptops) shipping during the same period. If you had the money to buy either a laptop or a tablet, which would you get?
According to the latest data, nearly 142 million people in the U.S. now own smartphones with Android running on 52 percent of them. However when compared to previous months there has been little or no growth in Android’s market share, suggesting that Android usage in the USA could be reaching saturation point.
Android continues to tighten its grip on the tablet market, acquiring a 67% share of the market during Q2 2013. Meanwhile, Apple shipments shrank by 14 percent year-on-year.
Research firm IHS estimates that global smartphone shipments could reach the 1.5 billion mark by the year 2017, that’s one smartphone for every 4.7 people currently living on the planet.
Amidst intensifying competition and dwindling profits, three phone makers are battling for the third place in the global smartphone market. Who will prevail?
With Apple and Samsung stock prices struggling, and as HTC failed to meet its revenue targets, we examine the current state of the smartphone industry.
New figures show that Android is on the road to total dominance in the smartphone market. But once it reaches the top, then what? Will it thrive or decline? Could supremacy led to stagnation and its demise?
New statistics from comScore show that Android is still the biggest smartphone platform in the US, but Apple retained the largest individual market share of any manufacturer.
According to UK market research by Kantar, Sony has been stealing users away from Samsung, with an estimated 38 percent of Xperia Z buyers owning a Samsung device before.