Wednesday, 9 April 2008

Unsurprisingly Nokia's market dominance is slipping

Read the full article on Nokia's Market Share at the new blog

Recently one of the news agencies i subscribe to ran an article regarding a global survey on mobile phone usage by teenagers. Unsurprisingly, Nokia seems to be less popular.

"Nokia's dominance at the top of the global chart has been weakened over the last 18 months. In the survey, conducted across 31 countries by Habbo, it is clear that Nokia has lost some favour with teens to Sony Ericsson and Samsung since autumn 2006"

"Despite still being the favoured handset in 15 of the 31 countries polled, Nokia loses out to Sony Ericsson in markets such as the UK, Germany, Denmark and Switzerland. In all of these markets Nokia ranked first in 2006."

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