Samsung has given us a rare 'almost precise' official number for their smartphone quarterly sales. They said their total handset sales (including dumbphones) was 97 milllion and smartphones were 'about 85%'. So as we have nothing more accurate, we go with that which says 82.4 million smartphones for the quarter. This is down 2% from Q3 and gives Sammy a preliminary market share for the quarter of 17%. For the full year, Samsung now arrives at 322 million smartphones sold, obvously the biggest smartphone maker in the world and just marginally up compared to 2014 with growth of 2% and a preliminary global annual smartphone market share of 21%. The migration rate for Samsung currently is at 85% from dumbphones which is well ahead of the global migration rate at about 75%. Nothing really surprising here, Samsung continues to be safely the world's largest smartphone maker.