Android : Android controls approximately 50% of the global Smartphones market

Said a new study of firm Canalys competent in the market research that the operating system Android registered 48% stake in the global smart phone market during the second quarter of 2011.

And the system was able to achieve great strides over the past year, has surpassed Symbian OS in the fourth quarter of 2010 to become the first operating system of smartphones in the world with a market percentage of 32.9% at that time.

The adoption of smart phones continues to rise, reaching 107.7 million devices shipped to markets in the second quarter of 2011 and growing up to reach 73%.

Android was in control of the sales of smartphones in the second quarter of 2011 increased by high growing and reached 379% to record the total sales of 51.9 million device.

Apple was also lucky during this period, the system iOS has exceeded Nokia Symbian system and moved from third to second place and recorded 20.3 million iPhone sold to reach 19% of the markets.

Samsung, for its part managed to overcome the Nokia Corporation, which faces a significant decline in demand for its services, but it still maintains a strong position in emerging markets such as Brazil, Russia, India and China.


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