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Mobile & Wireless

Nokia sees market share in Germany slip further - study

Monday 17 December 2012 | 13:56 CET | News
Nokia is continuing to lose market share in Germany, reports business magazine 'Focus' citing GfK research. Nokia is understood to have accounted for 12 percent of all mobile phones and smartphones sold in Germany between April and October, down from 18 percent at start-2012. Apple has overtaken Nokia to account for 15 percent of all handset and smartphone sales, boosted by the success of the iPhone 5. Samsung leads the German market with a 48 percent share.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Nokia / Samsung
Countries: Germany
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