News flash: The smartphone market is absolutely booming. One of the largest drivers of growth for big-ticket consumer-electronics companies, smartphones represent the way of the future, with the companies winning today sowing the seeds for some extremely lucrative tomorrows. In that vein, let's look at one company's estimates of the leaders and laggards in this burgeoning market in the second quarter of this year and which companies are rising and falling.
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