World’s top ten list mobile phone companies
The company was at the pole position even in 2012 in top ten list.
Occupying a market share of 13.9%, a decline compared to 2012 when its share was 19.1%, Nokia witnessed an overall fall in sales numbers.
The Cupertino giant had a market share of 8.3%. For context, the company sold 130.13 million smartphones in 2012.
The company sold 69.02 million mobile phones, a rise compared to about 58 million units it sold in 2012.LG has moved up one position compared to last year in top ten list.
The company sold 59. 89 million phones, commanding a 3.3% market share, and registering a decline of 0.6 percentage points.
It had sold 67.34 million phones, last year. Last year, ZTE was the fourth largest mobile phone maker.
It had sold 47.28 million phones in 2012.Huawei was the sixth largest mobile phone sellerin top ten list, even last year.
The company registered a market share of 2.7%. It had sold 37.17 million phones in 2012.
It has a market share of 2.5%, an increase compared to 2012 when its share was 1.6%. Lenovo is a new entrant in the top 10 displacing BlackBerry now in top ten list.
The company just sold 37.59 million phones registering a market share of 2.1%, in 2013.
The Japanese giant had sold 31.39 million phones in 2012. Sony was not part of the top ten list, last year.
The company sold 32.60 million phones commanding a share of 1.8%. Yulong makes a surprise entry displacing ailing smartphone giant HTC.