Samsung pips Nokia in Finland, plans to unveil research center
Finland may be the home of Nokia, but Samsung has taken over, literally. According to an IDC report, Samsung had the highest number of phone sales in Finland in the last quarter with 36 percent market share. Nokia could grab only 33 percent while Apple had 14 percent. The other manufacturers shared the remaining 16 percent.
In a bid that could add salt to injury, Samsung is reportedly getting ready to unveil a new research center in Espoo, Finland. The Samsung Electronics Research Institute, as the center is said to be called, will open on June 13 2013.
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