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Mobile OS in Europe: Symbian still No. 1, Android explodes 14 September 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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While Google Android a hit in the U.S., Europe West and especially the five most populous countries are not left out, comScore reveals. The Institute has indeed unveil its statistics between July 2010 and July 2011. And if Symbian, with its very large base, is still No. 1, Android could surpass it soon.

Still far behind in July last year, with only 6% market share, against 8% for RIM (BlackBerry), 11.5% for Microsoft (Windows Mobile), 19% Apple (iPhone) and especially 53.9% for Symbian (Nokia mainly), Google is already the second ranking this year.
Android: Very rapid growth
With 22.3% market share, Android surpasses indeed iOS and is more than 15.5% of Symbian. If this difference may seem important, since Symbian is abandoned by Nokia and Google earns 1.33 points of market share per month, the handover could be traded next year.

It is also interesting to note that if the RIM BlackBerry is not in great shape across the Atlantic, where he enjoyed, indeed a very important

[via dcellphoneshop]

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