The International Data Corporation (IDC) has a “Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker” that gives quarterly data on total mobile phone sales in the world market. And in Q1 of 2016, there has been a slowdown in growth of
Samsung sales are still not improving. Sad to say but despite the impressive new lineup introduced this year, the South Korean giant’s performance is still not as great as the past few years. The company is expected to
We’re not sure if we’ll be happy about the news but Apple has recently beaten Samsung and any other phone makers today when it comes to profits. A recent estimate by Cannacord Genuity’s managing director Mike Walkley said
Many in the world are just counting down the days, for one reason or another. But rather than just doing nothing while waiting, you can start your holiday shopping with a selection of apps and games that are already shaving off a
It was quite clear that Samsung was visibly upbeat about the potential of the Samsung Galaxy S5, with the South Korean gadget giant increasing production of the current flagship more than compared to past units. It even went
The LG G3 is finally in the market and, in its home town of South Korea, it is being treated like a king. LG is now reporting the first week sales of its flagship, which has reached 100,000 units in just 5 days.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 launched around the world just a few days earlier. We have yet to see any sort of press release style announcement from Samsung, however reports coming out of Korea are suggesting sales have been strong. In
Sluggish Android device sales have led the iPhone 5S to sell better than expected, according to some analysts. The flagship iOS device is tops in US sales, and leads the way in various other countries it’s available in as well.
Gartner has released a new study today, and they’re forecasting big mobile phone and tablet shipments for 2014. They believe that at the end of 2014, OEMs around the globe will have shipped 1.895 billion devices, a 4.6%
Gartner has released their statistics on global tablet sales, showing Android to be the superior platform. The market share for the platform rose to 61.9% globally in 2013, up from 45.8% in 2012. Across the board, sales were up