Korean-based Samsung passed Motorola to become the No. 2 seller of mobile phones this summer, and according to telecom chief Gee Sung Choi, the company has set its sights on eventually outselling the current market leader, Nokia. To accomplish this feat, Samsung will sell in emerging markets such as China and target high-end users who want to listen to music, watch videos and surf the Web using their cell phones.

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