Apple now takes home 92 percent of the total operating income generated by all smartphone makers.
That was the word from the Wall Street Journal, in a report that cited numbers from Canaccord Genuity.
Samsung took just 15 percent of total profits, which puts Apple and Samsung’s total share at 107 percent, which accounts for other OEMs that broke even or lost money.
Apple’s percentage of operating profit was up from 64 percent last year.
The news comes after HTC took another quarterly loss, and Microsoft last week said it was taking a $7.6 billion impairment charge on the devices business it bought from Nokia.
The numbers only emphasize the uphill climb for smaller entrants to the smartphone market.
Even Samsung has struggled to keep pace recently. Samsung last week estimated its second quarter operating profit at $6.1 billion, down 4 percent from a year earlier. The company said its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge devices were not selling as expected.