Samsung has turn out the game totally by leaving Nokia, Sony and HTC far behind in the race of capturing the smartphones market in India and in the rest of the world too and with lots more Android mobile devices in the pipeline, it is sure that the company will keep on tasting the success till the end of 2012 atleast. According to current reports, Samsung currently has 40% of the Android market share which means that out of every 10 smartphones running on the Android platform, four handsets belong to Samsung only and the company is expecting to increase this ratio with the launch of their highly anticipated smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S III, which will soon hit the Indian shelves with an assumed price of Rs. 38,000.
Samsung has proven its capability by selling nearly 38 million units of smartphone in the last quarter and will still continue with the same pace in the rest of the quarters of 2012. The market share of Android is 56% of the total smartphone business in the world and Samsung Flagship Android smartphones are the major contributor in this share. Other than Samsung, none of the competitor was able to even touch 10% of the share margin and when Samsung Galaxy S III is available in the market this gap will increase more, but Samsung still has to struggle a lot to beat Apple iOS in the tablet segment.
Android and iOS are the two major players in the smartphones and tablets market that together has given a huge set back to WP7, which was earlier the king of this area. Samsung Galaxy S III is going to be the major seller as it boasts a camera of 8 MP, supports 4G LTE network, improved Android ICS OS and lots more amazing features that will bring unending fun at user's end. The new launches by HTC, namely HTC One V, One S, One X and One XL are also running on the same platform and the coming time will witness, who will succeed in this race, Samsung or HTC, but whatever may be the case, this year is proving to be a blessing for smartphone lovers.