Apple enterprise has really create wonders in last few years and especially after the worldwide success of Apple`s iconic iPods, iPhones, iPads and MacBook Airs, we believe Apple has every right to be happy and successful. Apple has left its rival vendors RIM and Sony Ericsson far behind in the race to become the world’s fourth top mobile phone vendor in the third quarter of 2010.

Nokia mobile manufacturing company leads all vendors by a significant margin with Samsung standing second. Samsung, with a steady stream of smartphones, sold more than 70 million units for the first time in the company’s history. Vendors in the developed world are working hard to update their lines with the high-tech smartphones; however, it’s a very different story in the developing world where low-priced smartphones are a popular choice.

Nokia with 32.4% leads the top five mobile phone vendors that hold the largest market share in the last quarter of 2010. Samsung with 21.0% stands second, LG Electronics with 8.3% is third, Apple with 4.1% fourth and R.I.M with 3.6% is the fifth top mobile vendor in the world. Remaining mobile vendors make up the rest of 30.5% of the mobile world.