A week ago, we reported here on the website about the crisis that Samsung would be facing in sales of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, since the launch of the devices in April. However, according to the recent Gartner survey, the supposed crisis restricted to the company's recent devices was not enough to stop Samsung's growth in the industry. mobile. Check out more details in the article.
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According to the results of a survey by Gartner, Samsung has already managed to regain its sales lead that had been shaken in 2014 by Apple's sales advance. South Korea was responsible for selling 81.1 million devices during the first quarter of 2015, compared with 60 million iPhones sold in the same period. That represents 24.2 percent of global smartphone sales, while Apple has grabbed 17.9 percent of that share. Part of this is due to the company's recent releases early in the year, such as the Galaxy A3, A5 and A7, as technology fairs such as CES and MWC introduce devices that will be officially launched after the first two months.
The other top 5 positions in world sales are occupied by Android device manufacturers, namely: Lenovo (5.6% – including Motorola devices), Huawei (5.4%) and LG (4.6%). In total, 336 million devices were sold in the computed period, providing a 19% increase over the first quarter of 2014.
And in your opinion Samsung's return to the top worthy?
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