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Global Handset Vendor Marketshare by Country Europe Middle East & Africa Q2 2011

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Report Summary:

Handset growth across major countries of Western and CE Europe slumped -9% YoY in Q2 2011. The decline was caused by the region's ongoing debt crises, economic uncertainty, and giant Nokia's sudden downturn. Samsung captured the no.1 spot in 4 of the big EU5 countries. Nokia continued to dominate Russia and still owns almost half the market. RIM gained traction in South Africa with its affordable models and jumped to third place for the first time. This report tracks handset shipments and vendor marketshare for 7 major countries making up nearly half of all volumes in Western Europe, Central Eastern Europe and Africa Middle East in Q2 2011. They are France, Germany, Italy, Russia, South Africa, Spain & UK.
Table of Contents

    1. Title Page
    2. Analysis
    3. France
    4. Germany
    5. Italy
    6. Russia
    7. South Africa
    8. Spain
    9. UK
    10. Methodology
    11. Contacts

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