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Statistics: Android dominating 80 percent of smart phone sales
Statistics showed sales of smartphones in the second quarter of this year, Android to control the largest share of those sales.
Statistic by Strategy Analytics Inc. sales of the smart phone operating system Android came to 79.5% in the three months from April to June 2013.
And Android sales have increased by 10 percent compared with the second quarter of 2012, where was sold to 142.71 million smart phone system developed by “Google” in the second quarter of this year compared with sales of approximately 108.7 million smartphones during the same period last year.
And the Android system dramatically rival first iOS for the iPhone smart phones produced by Apple Inc., which sold approximately 31.2 million phone “iPhone” in the second quarter of 2013, estimated at 13.6 percent of total smartphone sales in that period.
And sales of mobile phones “iPhone” in the second quarter of 2013 is at least in sales of Apple phones since the second quarter of 2010, company Strategy Analytics suggests that reason is not to disclose any new phone since the iPhone launch 5″ last year.
In contrast, sales of smartphones operating system “Windows phone” to 3.9% in the three months from April to June, with total sales estimated at 8.9 million smart phone.
The Nokia previously announced it sold during the second quarter of 2013 phones from series “lumia” 7.4 million units, controlled by the Finnish company alone, nearly 80% of phone sales operating operating system developed by Microsoft.
Statistical estimated total sales of smartphones to 229.6 million during the second quarter of this year, sales increased that category of phones significantly compared with the same period of last year which was sold to 156.5 million smartphones.
Strategy Analytics company suspended after her statistics that the great superiority of Android system to other systems in the smart phone market is expected to be caused by a low-cost phones that work with this system, especially in developing markets.
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