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Samsung leads Nokia in cellphone revenue ranking

4/30/2012 01:19 PM EDT
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yalanand
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yalanand   5/3/2012 7:37:06 AM
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This is not a surprise at all. Infact stock rating agencies have already downgraded Nokia stock to "Junk" status. Samsung has smartly captured the market by releasing several different models, whereas Nokia is betting high on its windows based Lumina phones. Needs to be seen if Samsung can compete with Apple.

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docdivakar   4/30/2012 9:48:52 PM
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I assume the ASP of $300 or more includes subsidization by the carriers in many markets which varies by geographical region for iPhone. But I am surprised the highest one of all, HTC, at nearly $350. MP Divakar

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wilber_xbox   4/30/2012 4:51:55 PM
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i think that everyone were just waiting for this news as one other nail in Nokia's reputation.

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kmun   4/30/2012 3:50:50 PM
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ASP for iPhone at roughly $300? I believe that should be north of $600.

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