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Android Percent

According to a new report from Nielsen, in the month of November, sales of phones from all licensees Android together make up the largest segment of the platform among the 'six-month buyers, "with 40.8 percent of" adult smartphone customers' buying phones, Android control. Apple share of these 'recent adult buyers, "as reported, was significantly less in 26.9 percent, while assigned to share Apple had grown over the previous six months, from 20.9 percent in June 2010 to launch of the iPhone 4. RIM BlackBerry platform came in third among the "recent adult customers," accounting for 19.2 percent of the market, a significant reduction of 35 percent of its height in June. Lost 15 percentage points RIM, it seemed, were ingested by both Apple (which grew by 6 percentage points over the same period), and Android (which grew by 13). Android Agios Nielsen BB, however, the report notes that, 'when it comes to a full share of the market of consumer goods, Android OS (25.8%) are still behind Apple IOS (28.6%). " RIM shows intermediate ITS and Android in action by 26.1 percent of the total market.

Full market share Apple iphone has increased by more than just percentage point over the past six months, then While Android has grown by nearly 11 percentage points, and the BlackBerry has fallen by almost 8 percentage points. Android Nielsen BB Agios Is, Is Damn Statistics and recent data contradict the notion Nielson that the Android platform as Apple has already outstripped the ITS in the U.S. and globally, an idea that has populist thrust in spite of poor performance Android Market Google and the lack of support that it receives from the key developers of third parties. Previous report Gartner claimed that the shipment of the Android around the world rose in a balloon from 3.5 percent last year to 25.5 percent in a huge third quarter of 2010. Gartner data showed that growth is not coming from mainstream licensees Android, such as Samsung, HTC and Motorola, however, instead attributing the Android tens of millions of units from the 'other' manufacturers. Gartner's numbers differ from the parallel review of the market IDC mobile wonder 77 million units (self smartphone market – at present only 81 million), casting a shadow on the probability of Gartner and message. Gartner's confidence in the assumptions that the sale of large volume nefirmennyh phones in emerging markets are likely to use Android in fact, records problems for licensees Android in major countries, because those phones do not increase the amount of market value application platform, but can contribute to downward pressure estimates for the licensees who rely on Android to deliver the product features.