Coming just a day after LG announced their Optimus L Series II line of smartphones, sales of the currently available Optimus L Series devices have reached a new milestone. In short, LG has said Optimus L Series sales have topped 15 million. This handset originally launched during Mobile World Congress in 2012 and according to LG, has been selling at the rate of one device per second over the previous two months
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LG is puffing out its chest today with the announcement that its Optimus L smartphones have passed 10 million units in sales. The devices included in the Optimus L series are the Optimus L3 , Optimus L5 , Optimus L7 and the more recent Optimus L9 . Screen sizes for the device range from 3.2 inches to 4.7 inches, so LG is hitting all different segments of the market
A report from analysts Gartner has broken down the sales of smartphones from Q3 2012, and the numbers are rather interesting. As you would expect, Android was the best-selling OS by a sizable margin
The Samsung Galaxy S III has passed the iPhone 4S in Q3 as the worlds best selling smartphone. The reason for this surge in popularity is vast distribution and hefty operator subsidies. 18m Galaxy S IIIs were shipped during the July-September period, compared to 16.2m iPhone 4S devices.
Samsung has been kind enough to always update the public with numbers showing the sheer amount of devices or smartphones they’ve sold. Today they have released some impressive numbers for their popular flagship Samsung Galaxy S III . We knew it would be a big hit, just like the Galaxy S II, but now they’ve announced 30 million strong in sales
Android has taken a stranglehold on the smartphone market in Q3, at least according to research firm IDC.
It’s no secret that the Nexus 7 is popular.
MetroPCS has released its earning statement for Q3 2012. While the regional carrier did not smash any records in terms of revenue, it looks like they are doing fairly well. That may explain why T-Mobile is so interested in acquiring the smaller carrier
HTC has seen its finances shrink a little in the third quarter of 2012. HTC announced that both net revenues and income were down year over year