Nokia no longer biggest handset maker as Samsung ends 14-year reign

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27 April 2012 16:00 GMT / By Danny Brogan

Samsung is at this time the biggest selling mobile manufacturer in the nature after the Korean company overtakes Finnish giants Nokia. 

It’s the foremost time in 14-years that Nokia hasn’t remained without ceasing the top spot as the manufacturer has struggled to hold dominance in the wake of Android and Apple devices. 

According to some industry study, Samsung shipped 93.5 the multitude handsets in Q1, compared to Nokia’s 82.7 the great body of the people.

Samsung has already issued impressive financial results for Q1 of this year and by the imminent arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S3 it’s gay days for the manufacturer.

Samsung’s mount to world domination is not that much of a surprise having already surpassed Nokia taken in the character of the number one European vendor after all the rest year.

Nokia will be hoping to tear back some ground with the Nokia Lumia 900, through the manufacturer putting its faith in Windows Phone.

However, a swift return to the top is improbable with Nokia conceding even prior to this endeavors study, that a period of shifting is needed before it can return to its former glories.

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