Strategy Analytics posted its list of the top selling handsets in the U.S. market, which was dominated by Motorola and LG. The two handset makers had seven of the top ten selling phones:
"Overall the average retail price paid for these top ten handsets was 19 percent higher than the market average; and we continue to see strong upgrade dynamics continue to supplement U.S. market growth," stated Barry Gilbert, Vice President of the ProductTRAX services at Strategy Analytics. "Motorola, however, despite selling four of the top ten models in Q3, realized an ASP of only $80, nearly 40 percent lower than the group average."
For more on the report:
- check out this article from Cellular News