Originally Posted by chris2k5
Not really...The iPhone sells more than the S3/S4/Note/Note2 individually. It sells more than the Note 2. It is more reasonable to compare phone model to phone model instead of comparing phone model to phone model(S).
I think I didn't describe my point well enough. What I meant is that Samsung cannibalizes it's own market share by releasing multiple devices within a calendar year. Apple doesn't because they only release one a year. So because of that, it skews Samsung's numbers towards the lower end on individual devices. You would probably see a similar tend if apple followed the same scheme.
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