Android dominates the European market by more than 70 percent




Android dominates the European market by more than 70 percent

Half of smartphones sold in Europe produced by Samsung

And reached a market share of open-source Android system from Google to 70.4 percent of the smartphone market in Europe, according to a recent study of Foundation “كانتار and Rldbanal Komtic” specialized market studies. In contrast, got system iOS rival of Apple’s alleged 17.8 percent of the European market, according to the study.

Has contributed to popular Samsung phones that are running Android to increase the market share of the system, where Samsung phones formed half the amount of smart phones sold in Europe, according to the report.
In the U.S. market, Android has seen weak growth over the past year, but it is still the dominant operating system by 52% of the market, while iOS has 41.9 percent and achieve faster growth. Also achieves the Windows Phone system is growing faster than the growth of Android in the United States where it grew by 0.9 percent during the year, compared with 0.1 percent for Android.

Despite the climb great for Samsung, but the report predicted that it will face a big challenge from Sony that are geared toward deduct a significant proportion of the market, the report said that Sony “Xperia Z” made for Sony remarkable growth in Britain and popular among users of Samsung specifically, where the study found that about 38 percent of the Sony phone users are former users of Samsung phones, most of them moved from the phone “Galaxy S 2” to “Xperia Z”.

Apple claimed the highest loyalty among its users (79%), followed by Samsung (59%). This is according to the report a major challenge for Samsung, which they must work seriously to maintain significant growth to persuade existing users totaling 8.8 million users to stay as permanent members of the mobile users of the company.
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