Samsung Galaxy S, Note II, Tab Best in Use & Award Winners

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Samsung recently announced that 100 million Galaxy S and Note phones will ship in 2013.  Figures show huge Samsung growth.  Samsung also has won several CES innovations awards for the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Tab 3 8 and Samsung Galaxy NX, today.

Samsung in total has won 258 CES awards.

According to Localytics the Samsung Galaxy S III makes up 15.1% of the Android smartphone market with Samsung taking 63.3% share of all Android smartphones.

Her's a run down of percentages:

  1. Samsung Galaxy S III  15.1%.
  2. Samsung Galaxy S4 7.4%.
  3. Samsung Galaxy S II 5.2%
  4. Samsung Galaxy Note II 4.8%.
  5. Galaxy S III mini 1.5%.
  6. Galaxy Note 1.4%.
  7. Galaxy Ace 1.3%.
  8. HTC One 1.3%.
  9. Droid RAZR 1.1%.
  10. Galaxy Y 1.1%

Samsung  represented 63.3% of all Android smartphones.

  • HTC 6.5%
  • LG 5.9%.
  • Sony 5.6%.
  • Motorola 5%.
  • Other 13.5%.

When it comes to Android tablets Android dominates marketshare, too with 53%, while the SG Tab series makes up 40% of all active Android tablets.

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7 - 21.8%.
  • Galaxy Tab 10.1 16.7%.
  • Nexus 7 15.2%.
  • Kind Fire HD 7 9.8%.
  • Galaxy Note 10.1 8.6%.
  • Kindle Fire 8.1%.
  • Galaxy Tab 10.1 3.4%.
  • Nook HD+ 2.6%.
  • Galaxy Tab 2.4%.
  • Nook HD 2.2%.

Samsung is everywhere in the world as is Apple's iPhone.

Samsung not only makes the smartphones and tablets but also makes the much of the components.

A new trial between Samsung and Apple has started after a previous judge awarded Apple $1.05 billion in damages.  The new trial is to calculate damages for patent infringement of the Galaxy Prevail, Gem, Indulge, Infuse 4G, Galaxy SII AT&T, Captivate, Continuum, Droid Charge, Epic 4G, Exhibit 4G, Galaxy Tab, Nexus S 4G, Replenish, and Transform.

There is also another round of trials in 2014 for more devices including the Galaxy Nexus, Samsung Galaxy S III and Note II.  Samsung has filed a counter claim against the iPhone 5.

Meanwhile, iPhones and iPads are the most popular devices in the United States. Samsung rules the world...

It could avoid Androd lawsuits with its own software, in fact it is will supporting the open Tizen platform.

Tizen supports a wide range of connected devices. The Tizen Association is commied to support HTML5 applications, combined with their vision that extends beyond the smartphone and tablet ecosystem to a wider array of segments.