13. September 2012
In July, we presented a study by Kantar World Panel according to which Android managed to increase their share in almost all important markets in world in comparison to July 2011. The numbers for August have just been released supporting the general trend. Android is the main smartphone operating system in all countries of the world. According to the US magazine Techcrunch it’s smartphones with a large screen (e.g the Samsung Galaxy S 3) that widened the gap between Android and Apple’s iPhone even further. The market behavior in Europe represents a particular clue as to why Android is so dominant.
The market share of Google OS in Spain was at an unbelievable 86,8% in August. Germany follows on the second place with 76,2% of all smartphones having Android as their operator. Android’s share only decreased slightly in the US but still defends a market share of 55%.
Tags: apple, blackberry, ios, iphone, Kantar, symbian
Categories: Android Business, Android Developers, Android News
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