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Samsung and Apple have established a firm duopoly on the US phone market

January 3, 2020

More than 90% of the phones sold at each of the four major carriers’ stores were either made by Apple or Samsung, according to a new store survey done by analysis firm Wave7 Research and reported first by PC Mag. The study confirms earlier reports and shows that despite the buzz around the latest phones by companies such as Google, OnePlus and others, the US market is largely dominated by Apple and Samsung. It’s a duopoly that has not changed much in the last few years.

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