South Korean phone manufacturer Samsung dominated the Chinese smartphone market for the fifth consecutive quarter, with a record 12.5 million devices sold in the first quarter of 2013, according to Strategy Analytics. In 2012, Samsung surpassed rival Nokia to take control of the Chinese market, which accounts for roughly a third of all smartphone shipments. Coming in behind Samsung were Huawei, which sold 8.1 million smartphones, and Lenovo, which moved 7.9 million devices.

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