LG Leads US 3G Market With Sales Of 2 Million Handsets

Posted: Apr 17 2007, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:33am CDT, in News | Technology News

LG leads US 3G Market with Sales of 2 million Handsets
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Korean LG Electronics sold more than 2 million 3G handsets with AT&T Wireless in North America.

Industry outlet Korean Telekoms reports that this is the first time that a mobile handset maker passed the 2 million mark in the U.S. 3G market.
According to Gartner, LG achieved with 63% the largest share in the North American 3G market on the robust sales of 3G phones including LG-CU500, the first HSDPA phone in the US. LG-CU500 became the single most-sold handset among 3G models with over 1.2 million units sold. A couple days ago we reported that the other big Korean mobile handset maker Samsung sold 1 million of the SGH-A707 HSDPA music phones in the United States. Where does that leave Motorola on their home turf?
More details on Telekoms Korea.

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