New figures from the Strategy Analytics reveal that Samsung has overtaken Nokia as the world's leading smartphone manufacturer, according to the WSJ.
Nokia held its position atop the smartphone pile after overtaking Motorola in 1998, but thanks to phones like the immensely popular Galaxy S II, Samsung now rules the roost. Apple sits comfortably in third place – which is nothing to be sniffed at, especially when you consider that its handest roster is limited to just the iPhone 4S, 4 and 3GS.
Will Nokia turn its fortunes around with the Lumia 900? Will the Samsung Galaxy S III live up to all the hype? Only time will tell – so kick back and enjoy watching the turbulent ups and downs of the smartphone wars.
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