by George Heymann

Canalys analysis of smartphone market shows Google Android as the world’s leading smartphone platform.

by George Heymann

Canalys published its fourth-quarter smartphone market data report which revealed that Google’s Android has become the leading global smartphone platform. Canalys data showed that Google had shipped 33.3 million units in Q4 2010 growing at an impressive 615% rate for the quarter.

Nokia came in second with 31 million units followed by Apple at 16.2 million and Rim with 14.6 million. Microsoft registered a modest 3.1 million units just slightly ahead of the combined “others” category which rounded out the report with 3.0 million units shipped.

Interestingly HTC and Samsung accounted for nearly 45% of Google OS-based handset sales in a very crowded field.

Source: Canalys


Filed under: Android, Apple, Blackberry, General technology, Google, Hardware, Symbian, Windows Phone 7, WP7, , , , ,

One Response

  1. Karoline says:

    Just where is the facebook like link ?

    ED: It’s at the bottom of each post.

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