Samsung appears to be widening its lead over Apple in the titanic battle over smartphone sales, according to a recent survey.
Because Samsung releases actual numbers about how many smartphones they sell. Oh, right.
Analysts forecast that thanks to its flagship Galaxy S III, Samsung sold about 50 million smartphones in the second quarter, according to a survey by Reuters. Apple, meanwhile, is forecast to have sold 30.5 million iPhones in the same period, according to the same survey of more than three dozen analysts by Reuters.
Surveys, rather than actual reported numbers. Gotta love it. Meanwhile, from the land of real data, we get this: