According to TomiAhonen Consulting, Apple is losing its strength in the smartphone market seeing largely superseded by Samsung, which managed to place in the first quarter of 2015 with no less than 82.8 million smartphones, which allowed him to have a market share of 24.3 percentApple is relegated to second place with 61.6 million units which accounted for 17.9 percent of the market share.

After Apple is Lenovo managed to sell 18.7 million devices (5.5 percent), followed by Huawei with 17.5 million (5.1%) continues LG with 15.4 million (4.5%), and sixth we find a Xiaomi sold 15 million devices (4.4%).

In terms of operating systems, obviously Android is shown first with a market share of 77 percent followed by a rather depressing iOS that stays by 18 percent. Microsoft has seen Windows Phone grow very slowly with a 3 percent .

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