In the following video, Motley Fool senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker discusses the future of mobile growth in emerging markets, and highlights the three largest global players in handsets, Apple , Samsung, and Nokia . He tells us that, while Nokia is currently the market share leader in India, that market share is made up mostly of lower cost phones. Smart phones are rapidly gaining ground, particularly Android-powered smart phones. In the video, Eric shows us where these three handset producers are headed.
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