[Abstract] The second quarter, Samsung accounted for 19% of global handset shipments, Apple accounted for 10%, 7% of Huawei, Nokia accounted for 6%, ZTE, millet, TCL (Alcatel) and LG each accounted for 4%.
According to market research firm Counterpoint Research's latest report shows that the second quarter of this year, Samsung's smartphone shipments are still ahead of other vendors. April to June this year, Samsung accounted for 21% of global smart phone shipments, Apple accounted for 14%, accounting for 9% of Huawei, ZTE millet and 5% each.
If the feature phones is also included, in the second quarter, Samsung accounted for 19% of global handset shipments, Apple accounted for 10%, 7% of Huawei, Nokia accounted for 6%, ZTE, millet, TCL (Alcatel) and LG each 4%.
Although from a global perspective, Samsung is the industry leader, but its share of the North American market was 24 percent, behind Apple's 31%. North American market share of third in LG, the share is 15%. ZTE and TCL (Alcatel) points out four, five.
The second quarter of this year, smartphone shipments accounted for 75% of all handset shipments, while 50 percent supported smartphone 4G LTE network. In this quarter, the United States and China accounted for 67% 4G 4G mobile phone total.
September 25, Apple will begin selling iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, therefore statistical data the last quarter of this year, major changes will occur.