Android continues to gain market share around the world with the decline of any OS

Jun

16

2016

Android system continues to gain a larger market share all over the world at the expense of any OS system iOS of Apple with the decline in the recent share market, according to a new report from the smartphone market published by market research firm Kantar.

Thanks to the growing popularity of the Android system at the expense of any OS to prompt new consumers who for the first time to buy a smart phone operating system Android system.

The company found that the Android system accounted for accounted for 76 percent of smartphone sales during the three months ended April / April 2016 in the five largest European markets, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Spain.

Thus the form of an increase of 5.8 percent from the previous rate, which was amounting to 70.2 percent for the three months the same as last year.

The system has achieved a rate of 67.6 percent of smartphone sales in the three months ending in April / April of 2016 in the United States market, which shaped up from the previous rate, which was amounting to 62.4 percent for the same period last year.

On the other hand saw any system or feeds from Apple’s decline in the recent period in its market share from the previous rate of which made up 33.2 percent to 30.7 percent ratio.

And formed Android phones accounted for 78.8 percent of the Chinese market sales in the three months ended April / April 2016, which constituted an increase from the previous rate, which was one year ago constitute 74 percent.

It fell the market share of any system or feed during the same period the proportion of 25.2 percent in 2015 to a rate of 20.1 percent.

These results may serve as an exciting sign for Apple, so with the global decline in demand for iPhone phones, a product which represents the bulk of the growth and profits of the company.

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