Apple and Samsung were back in court Friday, continuing their arguments over charges that the Korean electronics giant copied designs from California-based tech titan.
The two companies, according to the latest tally from Cannacord Genuity, account for 108 percent of the profits from the worldwide smartphone market, CNET reported earlier this week. Losses from other companies explain the over-100 number.
The trial has shed some more light on the companies’ bitter fight for smartphone dominance, prompting both to release their U.S. sales figures in public filings with the court.
As reported by All Things Digital, between June 2010 and June 2012, Samsung sold 21.25 million phones and 1.4 million Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets. It’s worth nothing that the only models Samsung disclosed figures for are ones that have been involved in the infringement accusation. It’s equally well worth noting that this includes the vast majority of Samsung’s most popular phones.