South Korea's Samsung has lost its number one spot in three of the world's most populous countries, China, India, and Indonesia.
In recent months, however, Samsung has begun to fight back in an emerging markets push. Below is what happened.
1. Samsung Lost Its Mojo to Aggressive Low-Cost Rivals
2. Samsung Executives Were Slow to Respond to the New Competitors
3. Samsung's Counterattack: Better Features, Lower Price Points
4. The New Strategy Has Blunted Rivals' Momentum
5. But Questions Remain About Profit Margins
Read more at the Wall Street Journal.