Samsung Regain Top Place In Q1 Sales As Apple Drops To Second

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 30 April 2015, 12:35 Hrs
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BANGALORE: The Korean-major, Samsung has made its way back to the first place taking it away from Apple, as the sales in the first quarter has made the difference, reports YahooNews.



Samsung has made a great comeback if to be said in a way, as it has taken over 24.5 percent market share by selling 82.4 million Smartphones in the first three months. Though the sales figure was down by seven percent from the previous year still it had upper hand over Apple in the market.



Apple is standing second selling 61.2 million smartphones across the world, with its sales dropping down with 18.2 percent of the market share. The figure of Apple in the first three months of this year has slipped slightly from what it was in the final quarter in 2014.
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