According to research firm IDC, in Q3 2003, Samsung improved its number three global market share position to 11.5 percent, up from 10.5 percent in the previous quarter. Researchers Strategy Analytics note that Samsung shipped 15 million phones worldwide in 3Q 2003. The company will grow a whopping 55 percent in the US this year, mostly due to high demand for its camera phone which are simple elegant and flip open. Nokia and Motorola should be worried – very very worried.
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