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.