We all love Noika products and feel interested abut Nokia. Nokia, a company, originated from Finland has worldwide recognition for its supreme quality products and services as well.
It is very interesting that Nokia still has retained its position number one the World since its inception. It still has the largest market share. Reports and statics from various sources have confirmed that Nokia is still the largest handset supplier in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) says that exactly half of the handsets registering recently onto the country’s mobile networks are Nokia phones. To be more precise, in the present day, half of handsets that are registering onto the country’s mobile networks are Noklia phones. Nokia has over 50% market share in UAE. Blackberry with 10.7% market share is in the second position. Blackberry is followed by Samsung with 10.7% market share and then Apple and Sony Ericsson with (8.4%) and (1.5%) market-share respectively.
The report has clearly shown the extensively used mobile handsets. According to the report of TRA the most commonly used mobile handset models are the Nokia 1280. It has gained a 3.08% market share of all mobile handsets registered on networks in the UAE. by iPhone has been able to get second position with 2.93% share, followed b Nokia X1-01 (2.9%), Nokia E5 (2.61%), iPhone 4 (2.58%) and the Samsung SIII (2.11%).
The report also confirms that iPhone 4S is the most popular Smartphone in the UAE and it is number one in terms of Smartphone. iPhone 4 has secured second position followed by Samsung SIII, iPhone 5, Blackberry Bold 9900 and Blackberry Bold 9780.
Subjugating iOS (13.8%), Symbian has secured the top the position in terms of operating system. It has achieved 50% market share in the UAE market. With 10.7% and 10.4% market share Blackberry and Android are in third and fourth position respectively.
Director General of TRA, H.E. Mohamed Nasser Al Ghanim has made a significant comment on the report. H.E. Mohamed Nasser Al Ghanim says, “The report provides an interesting snapshot of the UAE’s mobile handset market share which has very distinct characteristics in terms of consumer adoption. It also reflects a dynamic ecosystem in which both feature phones and smartphones are emerging as the future growth engines of the telecommunications industry.”
With the exposure The Importance and popularity of Nokia has had its significant impact on the customer’s choice.