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Worldwide mobile handset share

5/25/2005 08:40:00 AM, posted by anand

Here is the worldwide mobile handset share as reported by Gartner

Worldwide (in thousands of units)
Company 1Q 2005 1Q 2005 1Q 2004 1Q 2004
Mkt share Mkt share
Nokia 54,943 30.4% 44,259 28.8%
Motorola 30,294 16.8% 25,111 16.3%
Samsung 24,099 13.3% 19,363 12.6%
LG 11,139 6.2% 8,210 5.3%
Siemens 9,943 5.5% 12,286 8.0%
Sony Ericsson 9,900 5.5% 8,639 5.6%
Others 40,293 22.3% 35,880 23.4%
Total Market 180,610 100% 153,747 100%
Gartner predicts over 750 million mobile devices will be sold in 2005. Notice the huge gap between numero uno ~ Nokia and numero dous ~ Motorola. I wonder who all are the "Others" in the table above. Is it all the chinese OEM handset manufacturers?
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