December 2011 has gone. So it means that its high time for Krusell to release the top 10 phones for 2011. Here we go ladies and gentlemen.

1. Apple iPhone 4/4S

2. Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II

3. Nokia 3720 Classic

4. Samsung GT-B2710 / Xcover 271

5. Samsung I9000 Galaxy S

6. HTC Sensation

7. Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc

8. HTC Desire HD

9. Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray

10. Samsung B2100

Ulf Sandberg, the MD at Krusell quoted

I guess there is no surprise for anyone that iPhone 4/4S is 2011’s top selling device according to Krusell’s list for 2011. The iPhone is a sensitive smartphone with a very high attachment rate on cases,

In a way, it is more fascinating to see other models on our top seller list, such as Samsung’s Xcover which really is a device made for a rougher treatment. Still consumers prefer to buy a case, even if the phone doesn’t need protection as much as the user needs a convenient usage of the device in their daily life.

Apple, as we see, has retained the Number one spot, which is seriously challenged by Sammy. While Sony Ericsson is also not doing that bad, Nokia’s days of being the undisputed king are certainly over. With new devices lined up for new year, let us see what time has in store for us.

Related posts:

  1. Krusell–TOP 10 selling phones for October 2011
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  3. Krusell – TOP-10 selling phones for January 2012
  4. PRESS RELEASE – Krusell – TOP-10 selling phones for August 2011
  5. Krusell’s list of Top-10 selling phones for January 2011

One Response to “Krusell – The best-selling phones in 2011”

  1. Thanks for sharing. Yes no big surprise with IPhone on the first place, but great work from Samsung taking some big scalps.

    Take Care

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