Samsung’s (LON: BC94) newest smartphone, the Galaxy S III, has finally arrived in the United States.
We’ve discussed before how Samsung’s Galaxy lineup of smartphones is easily capable of going head to head with Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPhone. That’s part of the reason why Samsung has become the largest smartphone vendor in the word.
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However, with Apple in close second, this duopoly in the smartphone market has some concerned that the industry is inching closer to anticompetitive territory. And other smartphone manufacturers, like LG (NYSE: LPL) and HTC (TPE: 2498), are struggling to keep up.
HTC CEO, Peter Chou, says “It’s definitely unhealthy, and I believe this will not be continued.”
We’ll see. In the meantime, these smaller handset makers have one market that hasn’t been fully saturated yet: low-end mobile devices.