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Android hollow gap and captures more than 40% of the USA Smart Phone market 9 August 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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Update: Android then captures nearly 50% of the smartphone market in the world, across the Atlantic, the 40% was finally passed. If the release of the iPhone 5 could stagnate or even regress Google Android, its grip on the market is nevertheless impressive.

Thus, according to comScore, Android products still grew last June by capturing 40.1% of the market, or 5.4 points in three months, and 2 points in a month (between March and June). Apple (iPhone) is on the other hand stable, with 26.6% of PDM between April and June, the same percentage between March and may.

BlackBerry OS (RIM) confirms his back month after month, while Microsoft stagnates him also, with 5.8% VIP. His fall by report earlier this year is nevertheless apparent. Remains to know if the future Nokia on Windows Phone 7 will arrive to the bar.

Note that Palm OS is out of the top 5 of the classification of Gartner, replaced by Symbian. But the latter has a PDM of 2% in June, while Palm OS was 2.4% in May.

[via dcellphoneshop]

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