Samsung overtakes Nokia as leading phone maker


After 14 years as the world's leading mobile phone maker, Nokia has finally lost out to Samsung.

The Korean company made record profits at the start of the year and its Galaxy smartphones also outstripped Apple's iPhone at the high end of the market.

The BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan Jones reports.

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