RCS Limited (http://www.rcs.com), the world's largest international trader of cellular phones, digital cameras and other portable electronics, announced today its cellular phone trading data for the third quarter of 2009 for the global open trading market.
The list of the top ten traded stocks (below) indicates that Nokia
increased its lead of market share from five of the top ten in Q2 to seven of
the top ten in Q3. In addition, Nokia held onto the top spot with the Nokia
5130 ranking first this quarter, compared to the N95, last quarter.
The number two spot was captured by Samsung's S5230, which did
not appear in the top ten last quarter.
RIM's Blackberry Curve 8520 placed ninth on the list in Q3,
replacing the Blackberry Javelin Curve 8900 (4th) and BlackBerry (Javelin)
Curve 8900 (6th) in Q2.
Noticeably absent from the top ten this quarter is Apple's iPhone, which
ranked fifth in Q2.
"During this past quarter, RCS continued to exceed its sales
goals due in part to the introduction of so many new Smartphone models and
the high demand for them in the open market," said RCS CCO Dina Neeman.
"During the past quarter, Nokia announced that it was reducing its
manufacturing production, and according to our trading data, we anticipate
that this will result in increased demand for Smartphones of other
manufacturers on the open market."
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