A new analysis by a researcher who has analyzed shipping labels and labeled components found that the majority of the phones in a smartphone’s inventory come from Apple, Amazon, and Lenovo.
That’s a surprising finding given how ubiquitous these three companies have become.
The analysis also found that about 30% of the smartphone industry’s entire inventory comes from the three companies.
The results were published Thursday in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
“Our analysis reveals that the bulk of the smartphones in the smartphone market is assembled by Apple, with a significant share of that volume coming from Apple and Lenovo,” said the lead author, Jason A. Riggs, an assistant professor at the University of California, Berkeley, who is also a researcher with the nonprofit Global Innovation Hub.
“These companies produce a large portion of the global smartphone market.
And yet they also dominate the industry in terms of market share.”
According to the report, “the majority of smartphones in production are produced in China,” where the company is the largest.
That makes the bulk shipment to China by those three companies a good indication of how Apple and Amazon are getting their hands on the smartphone and tablet market.
But the report does not make it clear how many of those phones have been produced by the three large smartphone manufacturers.
In the United States, for example, there are about 10 million iPhones made by Apple and 2.7 million by Lenovo.
In other words, the vast majority of iPhones in the United Kingdom are assembled by Huawei, which makes the iPhone 5C.
In France, for the same reason, there’s a 2.3 million iPhone 5s.
In Germany, there aren’t that many.
And while the analysis does not say which phone was made by each of those three smartphone companies, it does show that the vast bulk of iPhones that are shipped in the U.S. are made by Huawei.
That indicates that, even though the three major smartphone manufacturers make a lot of phones in the world, they are getting more of the devices from the smaller companies that manufacture them.
That means that there are more iPhones than there are smartphones that were manufactured by those companies.
As for the two large smartphone makers, Apple and Google have made nearly a third of the worldwide smartphone market, while Lenovo has more than a third.
The company is not yet known to make all of its phones in China, which is where most of the factories that make iPhones and other smartphones are located.
In the U, there is a third large smartphone maker, Xiaomi, that has made roughly 1.4 million phones.
It’s not known whether Xiaomi will continue to make phones in Chinese factories that have factories located in the country.
A study by the company showed that Apple’s iPhone 7 was one of the top selling smartphones of the year.
But that’s only the top 10 most popular phones of the week.
The results of the research, which was done by analyzing the shipments of smartphones to the retail stores in more than 100 countries, also showed that the market share of the three largest smartphone manufacturers was the largest in the developed world.
Huawei is by far the largest smartphone maker in the European Union, which has an estimated 1.1 billion people.
Samsung and Huawei both have a significant presence in Japan.
The report also shows that in the Americas, the two largest smartphone makers were Apple and Samsung, which together own 40% of global smartphone sales.
That is not surprising given that both companies are the largest manufacturers of smartphones globally.
But both companies have a relatively small share of smartphone sales in the developing world.
Apple has a relatively large market share in China and has a larger market share among smartphone users in the African continent, the Middle East, and South America.
Samsung has a significant foothold in Asia and South-East Asia.
The researchers also looked at the overall market share, the sales of the brands, and the cost of each smartphone.
For example, the research found that Samsung, the largest manufacturer in the EU, had the largest share of sales at almost 30% in the first quarter of 2017.
Apple, the second largest manufacturer, had just over 7% of all smartphones sold in the market.
Huawei and Xiaomi had about 5% and 4%, respectively.
The two top smartphone makers in the global market in the year 2017 were Lenovo and Huawei.
The report did not break down the sales numbers for the smaller smartphone makers that were not in the top five smartphone makers.
But they did have a very large market in Asia, where they were the second and third largest smartphone brands, respectively.
The biggest market in Europe was the United Arab Emirates, where Huawei and Samsung were the largest and fourth largest smartphone companies.