NetCom said the Apple iPhone 5 was its best-selling mobile handset in November, up from third place in the rankings the previous month, and that it expects the smartphone to top the list in December, too. In second place last month was the Samsung Galaxy S III, which had led sales in October. In third place in November was the Apple iPhone 4S, down from the second spot. The Samsung Galaxy S II was in fourth place, up from the fifth in October, swapping places with the Apple iPhone 4.
In sixth place in November was the Samsung Galaxy Note II, up from the seventh place in October. The Sony Xperia Go is now in seventh place, down from the sixth. The SonyEricsson Xperia Active entered November's top ten in eighth place. The Samsung Galaxy Xcover remained in ninth place and the HTC One X slipped from eighth place in October to tenth in November.
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