Android beat iPhone and BlackBerry

Jakarta - The prediction that Android will rule the smartphone arena increasingly closer to reality. Just look at the latest data in the United States sales of mobile phones, Android shot at the top.

Android beat iPhone and BlackBerry

The study from research firm Nielsen shows, Android controls 32% of new smartphone sales in the U.S. in August 2010. Android Apple and BlackBerry straddling each have 26% and 25% market share.

Android phone seems to be a favorite of the new smartphone buyer. This is the reason for Google's OS continues to climb in popularity. However, if summarized from the entire market share of smartphones, Android is still a little behind.

Data compiled from January 2010 to August 2010 revealed, the BlackBerry still the top in the U.S. with a market share of 31%. As detikINET quotes from PCMag, Wednesday (06/09/2010), Apple IOS stalking with 28% followed by 19% of Android.

However, it should be noted that from month to month, Android market share tend to be stable or increasing. So it seems legitimate to say Android be very serious threat to BlackBerry or iPhone.

Nielsen released data that are consistent with other research bureau output. NPD also said that the most widely purchased Android phone in the second quarter of 2010, with 33% achievement. (Fyk/ash)
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Write by: RC - Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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