Mobile Gamers All Over the World Prefer Samsung Smartphones
Nov 1, 2011
HTC and Samsung
American mobile gamers seem to enjoy high-quality HTC smartphones the most, while Samsung dominates the worldwide market.
Q3 2011 analysis saw Samsung smartphones becoming the top selling mobile casinos gaming tools in the world. Nokia, Apple and RIM had to settle for second, third and fourth place respectively. Overall, Samsung sold 27.3 million phones in Q3 and now enjoys a 23 percent market share.
Meanwhile HTC becomes the top selling brand in the US. Android casinos regulars favor the Taiwanese products for their reliability, speed and abundance of features, providing limitless mobile gaming. HTC sold 5.7 million smartphones under its own brand and around 70K under T-Mobile heading. Samsung and Apple are number 2 and 3 in USA with 4.9 and 4.6 million devices.
Apple isn’t showing impressive results as it used to, but rest assured that iPhone casinos will be back with a bang thanks to the latest iPhone 4S. The improved CPU in the latest Apple baby delivers truly unique mobile casino games experience across the industry.
Nokia struggles to retain its former glory and latest partnership with Microsoft has already yielded the first Windows Phone 7.5 Mango powered smartphone – the Nokia Lumia 800, read more in our (Lumia 800 – First Nokia Smartphone Powered By Windows Phone 7). The new smartphone is to hit the shelves in the very near future and Nokia may be back on track to become number one phone brand in the world.
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