Market research company claims that global smart phone revenue accounted for 30% of Apple’s revenue

The market research company StrategyAnalytics released the global smart phone market survey report, showing that Apple leads other rivals in sales revenue and monopolizes 29% of the global smart phone revenue.

The report shows that last year, the global smartphone revenues totaled 99 billion U.S. dollars, of which Apple, Nokia, and RIM accounted for 64% of the total revenue, and Apple accounted for 29% of the revenue share of the iPhone. With RIM accounted for 20% and 15%. However, Apple’s sales share of 16% is still lower than that of Nokia, which also shows that the iPhone is more profitable than its competitors.

The head of the Wireless Analytics Smartphone Group of Strategy Analytics stated that although smart phones accounted for only 22% of the global mobile phone sales market last year, they accounted for more than 50% of revenue in terms of revenue, which fully shows that the smartphone market has acquired most mobile phone sales. income.