Huawei Takes Over Third Place from LG

A new inventory of market shares at smartphonemarkede shows that Samsung remains in front-and Huawei is now number 3.

A new report from Strategy Analytics shows that Huawei has now taken over third place in the global smartphone market in the third quarter. In the second quarter it was LG, which sat in third place. It writes our site.

Samsung is still in front and also shows a growth compared to last year-both in the number of units sold, but also in market shares.

The market has generally increased since the third quarter last year. From the third quarter of 2012 to third quarter of 2013, the number of sold phones increased by about 78.6 million units. That is why there is also among all producers, an increase in the number of units, but even though the LG also experience an increase, so is the rise of Huawei greatest, which also makes that in the third quarter is the world’s third largest mobile phone manufacturer, which LG was in the second quarter of this year.

Apple holds the second square on the global market, but are experiencing a decline as compared to the third quarter last year. Apple has now 13.4 percent of the market, but this was at 15.6 percent in the same quarter last year.