What smart phones were out in 2012?

What smart phones were out in 2012?

So we narrowed it down to six of the top smartphones of 2012:

  • Apple iPhone 5.
  • Samsung Galaxy S III.
  • Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD.
  • HTC One X+
  • Nokia Lumia 920.
  • Google/LG Nexus 4.

Who was the first smartphone manufacturer?

The tech company IBM is widely credited with developing the world’s first smartphone – the bulky but rather cutely named Simon. It went on sale in 1994 and featured a touchscreen, email capability and a handful of built-in apps, including a calculator and a sketch pad.

What is the UK’s share of the smartphone market?

In 2019, the UK received 1.9 percent of all smartphone shipments around the world. Apple and Samsung are the clear market leaders, with the UK taking a particular shine to the Apple iPhone. Apple held up to a 49 percent share of the market in December 2019, ahead of the 29.46 percent Samsung maintained.

What is the mobile vendor market share in United Kingdom 2021?

Mobile Vendor Market Share in United Kingdom – March 2021 Apple 51.16% Samsung 28.51% Huawei 8.02% Motorola 2.01% Xiaomi 1.83% Google 1.54%

Who are the leading mobile device vendors in the UK (UK)?

This statistic illustrates the market share of the leading mobile device vendors in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2010 to 2018. The mobile phone market was dominated by Apple and Samsung in recent years. In 2018, Apple had a market share of 50.88 percent, while Samsung had a market share of 28.48 percent.

What is the market share of Apple and Samsung in 2018?

In 2018 Apple held a majority of the market share with more than 50 percent, but has since not had over 50 percent. While Apple is the clear leader in the United Kingdom, Samsung holds the edge globally based on devices shipped. Samsung was responsible for 17 percent of global shipments, ahead of the 11 percent Apple accounted for.

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