30 Jul '12, 10am

Strong demand for smartphones in 2Q12 continues to drive the worldwide mobile phone market, says IDC

Samsung and Apple have more than doubled their combined market share over the past two years, which has created more distance between the companies and the competition. "Samsung and Apple have quickly become the global smartphone heavyweights though both employ somewhat different approaches to the market," said Kevin Restivo,a senior IDC research analyst.

Full article: http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20120730PB201.html

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