Here's another data point to support Android's growing dominance of the smartphone.
Analysis firm Canalys reports Android phones took 35% of the world's smartphone market share for the first quarter of the year. That's up from 32.9% the quarter before.
Android is the number one smartphone platform for the second quarter in a row by Canalys' measure.
Nokia's share of the smartphone market sank all the way to 24% for Q1, down from 39% the year prior.
According to research firm Canalys, Google’s Android platform has captured nearly half of the global market for smartphones, reports Reuters. After a survey of the 56 countries that the firm tracks, Canalys conluded that Android was... Read Post
In the second quarter, Google Android captured almost 50 percent of the smartphone market to hit a new record, according to a report by Canalys, a market research firm. Android had the most smartphone shipments in the second quarter... Read Post