Nokia still the biggest cell phone maker

Posted on Saturday, April 28 2007 @ 12:02 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
According to data from iSuppli about 253 million cell phones were sold in the first quarter of this year. That's 13.5% more than last year.

The biggest cell phone maker is still Nokia with a marketshare of 36%. The Finnish firm shipped 91.1 million phones in Q1 2007, which is twice more than it's biggest competitor.

Motorola holds the second spot with a marketshare of 17.9%, which accounts for 45.5 million phones, and Samsung follows at the third spot with 34.8 million units (13.8%).

The fourth spot is for SonyEricsson with a marketshare of 8.6% and LG is the fifth biggest cell phone market with a marketshare of 6.2%.

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