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Courtesy of SmartPhone I came across this little snippet from Canalys:
but of particular note was the stellar climb from Motorola? Who says the upcoming "Q" isn't attractive?

Worldwide smart phone market soars in Q3

- Nokia hits new high, Palm’s business crosses over to converged devices

Reading, UK - Tuesday, 25 October 2005
For immediate release

Worldwide smart mobile device market shares

Global shipments of smart mobile devices up 75% year-on-year in Q3 2005
  • Handheld shipments fall 18%, while converged devices more than double in volume
  • Leader Nokia ships record 7.1 million smart phones, up 142% year-on-year
  • Palm shipments down 2% overall, but Treo smart phones up 71%, overtaking its handhelds for first time
  • HP re-enters top five as hw6500 series wireless handhelds perform well

Highlights from the Canalys Q3 2005 global smart mobile device research

The continuing shift from standalone handhelds to converged smart mobile devices was confirmed again today by the latest estimates released by analyst firm Canalys. The positions of the top four device vendors worldwide remained unchanged from Q2, with HP displacing Japanese smart phone vendor Fujitsu to take fifth place.

Posted on Thursday, October 27, 2005 8:52 PM C500/C600 SmartPhone (or replacement) , Exchange and Push Email , IT Management , Real Cool Stuff , Security | Back to top

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