Handset Sales Jump; Sony Ericsson Rejoins Top 5
Aug 4, 2003, 11:55 AM by (staff)
The worldwide market for mobile phones took off in the second quarter of 2003. According to IDC's Worldwide Handset QView, worldwide handset shipments grew by 19.2% year-over-year, and increased 6.7% over the previous quarter. Nokia maintained its top market-share position, while Sony Ericsson regained the number 5 spot from LG Electronics.
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