Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Report: Samsung Closing Smartphone Market Share Gap With Apple

Now, market research and consulting company, Parks Associates, has come out with its report on the state of the US smartphone market for 2015. According to the study titled “360 View: Mobility and the App Economy”, 86 percent of all US households with broadband connections own at least one smartphone. As far as smartphone market share is concerned, the company says that Apple continues to remain the single largest smartphone vendor with around 40 percent of the overall market. Samsung and LG come in at numbers two and three with 31 percent and 10 percent of the market respectively, while Motorola and HTC round out the top five. According to Mr. Harry Wang, Health & Mobile Product Research at Parks Associates, “Apple remains the dominant smartphone manufacturer in the U.S., but Samsung is catching up”.

From the article "Report: Samsung Closing Smartphone Market Share Gap With Apple" by Kishalaya Kundu.

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