Samsung may have had its annus horribilis with the Galaxy Note7, but it still comfortably leads the global smartphone market in Q3, 2017, although it and Apple are under siege from Chinese smartphone makers.
A solid 5.2% US market share increase for iOS during Q3 2016 to 34.2% as Android US share falls, but both iOS and Android made gains in Europe.
Emerging markets are powering smartphone sales, according to forecaster GfK, with full year global smartphone sales for 2016 set to increase from US$400.7 billion to US$426 billion, up 5%.
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