Samsung sold 50.5 million smartphones in second quarter, almost twice what Apple sold: report
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co, the world's top smartphone maker, sold 50.5 million smartphones in the second quarter, stretching its lead over rival Apple Inc, a report by research firm StrategyAnalytics showed.
Samsung took 34.6 percent of the global smartphone market, while Apple, which suffered a 26 percent sequential plunge in smartphone sales, had 17.8 percent of the market after selling 26 million iPhones in the June quarter, the report said.
Nokia took the third spot with a 7.0 percent market share, selling 10.2 million smartphones.
(Reporting by Miyoung Kim; Editing by Muralikumar Anantharaman)
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