Revenue smartphone market is still dominated by Apple with a contribution of approximately 29 percent. When combined, Apple, Nokia and RIM, have contributed approximately 64 percent of total revenue in the smartphone market.
Quoted via Cellular News, the data is taken from Stratery Analytics throughout 2010. In these data, the iPhone smartphone sales volume is only approximately 16 percent of the world smartphone market overall.
While the Nokia smartphone sales volume contributes only 20 percent, RIM with 15 percent of total market revenue. Samsung is still a small revenue from smartphones, only approximately 9 percent. But Samsung has proved to be a champion android smartphone, HTC beat.
“Although only represent 22 percent of the smartphone handset market last year but the revenue side, the smartphone contributed approximately 50 percent of total world smartphone market,” said Tom Kang, Director of Wireless Smartphone Strategies from the Strategic Analytics.
It is, further Kang, shows how important the smartphone market in increasing the value of the handset market. Unlike the mobile phone features, the average selling price of smartphone considered stable in numbers USD300 in 2010, supported by new technologies such as retina LCD, AMOLED display, and processor speed 1GHz.
“The vendors have been growing smartphone on the Android platform. In the fourth quarter, market share, filled three big Apple, RIM and Nokia, started to weaken from 72 percent to only 61 percent. While Android is believed will continue to grow consistently in 2011, and still dominated by Samsung and HTC. Vendors from China, such as ZTE and Huawei, have also contributed, especially in low-cost handset market, “said Kang.Cellular News, Champion, China, Fourth Quarter, Gadget, Huawei, iPhone, Market Share, Mobile Phone, News, Nokia, Nokia Smartphone, Processor Speed, Retina, Rim, Sales Volume, Samsung, Stable, World Market, Zte