Nokia has to sell less than 27 million smartphones if we are looking at Quarter on quarter growth. Something less than 20 million?
Apple has to sell more than 13 million smartphones. Somewhere around 20 million phones would be a good bet.
Samsung has to sell more smartphones than Nokia or its shipments should be in the vicinity of 27 million. Given the first quarter of 2011 is Samsung’s strongest quarter, Samsung has to beat all forecasts. With its product portfolio and aggressive push, I don’t see a reason why that wouldn’t happen.