While Motorola is gaining ground on its global share of the handset market, Nokia lost ground in the second quarter. The world's largest mobile-phone maker posted strong second-quarter earnings with a 45-percent increase in net profit and 22-percent rise in sales, but investors were disappointed with the 1-percent loss in global market share. Nokia's market share for mobile phones fell from the previous quarter to 34 percent from 35 percent.
To read more about Nokia's second-quarter results:
- see this article from AFP