Samsung Passes Apple For Smartphones In Europe

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4:36 PM EST February 27th, 2013

According to ComScore the number of European mobile users using Samsung smartphones has grown 30% in the past. This brings Samsung past Apple, as the leading smartphone provider in the European continent. The end of 2012 also marked the first time that Germany, Spain, UK, France and Italy passed the 50% mark for smartphone penetration.

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