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Android operating system more common in smart phones than Nokia’s symbian
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Of all the smart phones sold in the third quarter, the Android operating system phones occupied more than half of the market, according to latest assessment.

The symbian operating system owned by Nokia plummeted from a market share of 36 percent to 17 percent compared with third quarter 2010 and is now only a few percentage points before the IOS (Apple), according to analyst organisation Gardner.

A total of 115 million smart phones were sold in the third quarter, an increase of 42 percent. One in four mobile phone sold in the period was a Smartphone
By Scancomark.se Team


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