China handset sales down 2% in Q2

Friday 14 September 2012 | 01:57 CET | News
During the second quarter some 66.47 million handsets were sold in China, down 1 percent from the first quarter and down 2 percent from last year. However, smartphone sales went up 22.5 percent quarter-on-quarter and 127.1 percent year-on-year to 38.19 million, The Digitimes writes citing figures from Analysys International. Most smartphones sold in Q2 were based on Android (82.8%), while iOS and Symbian had a 6 percent share.

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