Android is still king of the mobile landscape. Analytics firm comScore has released their monthly report on smartphone market share, and it shows Google’s operating system is still on top. Second is Apple and their iOS, while Blackberry — in a downward spiral — continues to embarrass Microsoft by holding firm at number three, even with a significant loss in users.
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research from Baidu, 270 million Chinese use Android daily. That’s up from around 50 million two years ago.
new research by IDC. The research leo suggests that 1.7 billion devices will be sent out worldwide by 2017, with emerging markets to thank for the boom. Though more units are shipped, the current profit margins may not be realized.
82% of all mobile phones sold in 2017 will be smartphones. Continuing a trend set forth with the iPhone, smartphones are set to dominate the worldwide market. This also takes into account those who're migrating away from feature phones, and emerging markets in the Middle East and Asia.
Apple when its new iPad models start flowing out.
Windows Phone devices, to steadily declining average selling price in the market.
Samsung's position among Android device manufacturers, this latest data from Localytics could disple those. As it is, Samsung practically owns the global Android market with 63 percent of the pie, which can be both a boon and a bane for the mobile platform.
claiming a whopping 81.3% of the mobile smartphone market. That’s a rise from the 75% market share Android enjoyed this time last year, and a seemingly insurmountable lead for the competition.