During the first quarter of 2012 HTC, RIM and Nokia all surprised investors with bad news. The effect is evident in the share price of these companies which, in the case of RIM and Nokia is around book value, and in the case of HTC, neared 12 month lows and a 70% drop from peak. The new market disruption is evidenced by the shift of fortunes to Apple and Samsung and away from every other device maker. Of the vendors tracked (public companies who report mobile phone divisional performance), Apple obtained 73% of operating profits, Samsung 26% and HTC 1%. Together, Apple and Samsung have locked up 99% of the profits.