Thursday, June 24, 2010

Samsung plans to double its smartphone share by end of year, jump ahead of HTC and Motorola

More than 10% of worldwide smartphone market share : that’s where Samsung plans to be, on triple its current handset volume, by the end of 2010 , senior VP of the company’s Mobile Communications division. Mind you, such a jump would be staggering in terms of growth with Samsung owning less than 5% of global smartphone market share currently. A move to 10% would place them at number 4 globally according to IDC’s numbers, behind Nokia, RIM, and Apple.


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