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Samsung's Galaxy S9 sales numbers may not have exceeded S8 scores on their first day in Korea, but down the line, they should be slightly higher around the world.
It's not looking good for Apple's iPhone X, which may end up selling just 18 million units in Q1 2018, and 12 mil in Q2. But its three sequels should do great business.
The iPhone 7 was reportedly the top selling device of the three months ending October 2016 in the US, helping iOS achieve one of its best shares in a while.
Another reputable market research firm claims the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were warmly received to stores, at least stateside in late September.
Samsung's difficulties of meeting Galaxy Note 7 global demand should be a temporary issue not expected to gravely impact the phablet's sales.
India remains one of Android's best markets, with 97 percent share of Q2 2016 sales for Google's mobile OS, and extremely poor regional iPhone results.
Instead of righting the mobile ship, the LG G5 appears to have sunk it further, with all profit hopes now focused on the upcoming V10 sequel.
Global wearable sales saw a healthy uptick between January and March 2016, but it was Fitbit and Xiaomi, not Apple, that led the manufacturer ranks.
With the G5 not yet counted in, LG predictably bled money in the mobile segment once again in Q1 2016, striking gold however in other divisions.