Apple got 72% of all global handset profits in the last quarter while Samsung got 29% of the profits. Check the bite of Apple and don’t worry about the percentages, these are rounded figures. Moreover, these figures are so compact (or more) to the 100% that the profit of other companies such as Nokia, Blackberry, and HTC cannot fit into that percentage.
Considering the report, Fortune’s Philip Elmer-DeWitt noted that 29% of the Samsung’s profits came 28.9% of unit sales. Nearly 43 cents of every dollar spent on cellphone in the world in the last quarter went to Apple, Samsung got 36 cents, Nokia got 7 cents and the rest of the companies got less than 5.