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Recent stats from comScore reveals that Google and Apple controls almost 90% of the smartphone market in the US. Microsoft failed to gain any share, instead it dropped from 3.6% to 3%. “Google Android ranked as the top smartphone platform with 53.7 percent market share (up 1.1 percentage points), while Apple’s share increased 0.7 percentage points to 35 percent. ”
South Korean giant LG recently revealed that the company sold over 10 million Optimus L-series smartphones world-wide. Certainly a proud moment for the company, since very few other companies like (next-door neighbor) Samsung, and Apple are the only ones who achieved this recently.
Some Nexus 7 owners reported that Google pushed a minor update, a.k.a. Android 4.1.2. This update promises improved performance, stability and fix for a few known bugs. Most prominent change seemed to be the support for landscaped home screen in the tablet.
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Last year same time, Apple’s share was 28%, RIM’s was 35% and Android-based smartphone share was just 9%. One year later, its a completely different ball game. Android’s share jumped to 22.7%, Apple’s remained unchanged (well, almost) at 27.9%, while RIM’s dropped to 27.4%. Windows Mobile, Symbian and other buddies covered the remaining chunk at just 22%.
PC World recently conducted a survey based on reliability and service provided by manufacturers. The survey indicates consumer feedback for a period of one year. Apple “smoked the competition” when it came to desktop, notebook and smartphones. It seems Asus also did well among both desktop and laptop owners.
Well…this was inevitable. Gartner’s smartphone stats for the third quarter shows that Android accounts for 25.5% of worldwide smartphone sales. This makes it the second most popular mobile OS worldwide, ahead of iOS, Blackberry OS and others. So I guess it is just a matter of time when this powerful OS takes over the no. 1 spot.