Monday, 5 November 2012

3 out of 4 smartphones found Google's Android software


The gap is widening between the function of every four smart phone sales in the third quarter Google's Android mobile operating system. Google and Apple phone according to a new study reports.
Android-based smart phone shipments in the third quarter by Samsung, HTC and other manufacturers out almost doubled to reach 136 million units according to industry research firm IDC data. Strong Sales to promote the the Android global smart phone market share to 75% from 57.5% in the same period last year.


In the third quarter Apple's market share rose to 14.9% from 13.8% in the same period last year. Apple's iPhone uses the company's iOS mobile software.

Android ahead of Apple's iOS continue to boost its revenue mainly to the expense of competitors operating system Blackberry and Symbian handset shipments decreased significantly to run these systems.

IDC analyst Kevin Restivo said Google Android closure tie plug a wide range of online services including online search and map as an important asset to help the growth of Android. Mobile industries in Justdial Pune has come up with the good local search.

Google has a thriving multi-faceted product portfolio many of its competitors tying with weaker mobile operating system Restivo said in IDC's report which is released on Thursday.

Google Android operating system free to handset manufacturers mainly money from online advertising when consumers access their services equipment.

Research in Motion's Blackberry operating system market share of 7.7% in the third quarter compared with 9.5% in the same period last year.

In the third quarter Saipan which has a market share of 14.6% a year ago a 4.1% market share. The smart phone maker Nokia's Symbian software still provides some of their phones but the company has shifted dramatically to the Microsoft software.

In the third quarter the smart phone market for the mobile version of the Microsoft software accounted for 3.6%. However IDC said that the recent launch of the new Microsoft mobile operating system is able to improve its position in the fast-growing market.

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