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The Samsung Galaxy S5, a smartphone for the one percent?

23
Apr
2014

In its first week on sale the latest Samsung flagship smartphone accounts for almost one percent of all Android phones in use globally. And then theres the fact that the Galaxy S5 is yet to launch globally and that in its home country, carriers are unable to take on new customers during the month of April. In fact to find a worthy comparison one has to look beyond Android entirely and towards Apple. It sold 10 million iPhone 5S and 5C handsets in just two days and in Localyticss report, published on Tuesday, it compares adoption figures for the iPhone 5S with the Galaxy S5 during the first seven days of availability and finds that over the same time period the iPhone 5S had secured a 1.1% share of the global iOS smartphone market.

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