Samsung and Apple dominate with nearly half of the worldwide market for smartphones. On Friday, a jury in California ruled that Samsung ripped off the innovative technology used by Apple to create the iPhone and iPad. Samsung's phones include its popular Galaxy line of Android-based devices.
Here are IDC's figures for worldwide smartphone unit shipments and market share in the second quarter of 2012:
— Samsung Electronics Co., 50.2 million units, 32.6 percent share (17 percent a year earlier)
— Apple Inc., 26 million units, 16.9 percent share (18.8 percent a year earlier)
— Nokia Corp., 10.2 million units, 6.6 percent share (15.4 percent a year earlier)
— HTC Corp., 8.8 million units, 5.7 percent share (10.7 percent a year earlier)
— ZTE Corp., 8 million units, 5.2 percent share (1.8 percent a year earlier)
— Other, 50.7 million units, 32.9 percent share (36.2 percent a year earlier)