Android takes 35 % share from the smartphone market

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Android takes 35 % share from the smartphone market

Researching the market firm Canalys has provided Google’s Android Operating System a 35 % share from the smartphone marketplace for the very first quarter of 2011. Nokia were built with a share of 24 percent, with iOS on 19 percent.

When compared with Canalys’ figures for Q4 2010 Apple had elevated its share of the market by three percentage points. It was partly as a result of strong performance in america, stated Canalys, following a launch from the Verizon iPhone in The month of january.

Android’s elevated share was largely lower to strong performances from key brands, based on Canalys principal analyst Pete Cunningham.

“HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola and The new sony Ericsson drove Android shipments within the first quarter, with every vendor shipping more than 3 million devices. Samsung also shipped nearly 3.5 million bada operating-system-based smartphones, outperforming total shipments of Home windows Phone devices by greater than a million units,” he stated.


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  1. I must admit to a bit of confusion… I know this article is just opinion, but I don’t unde1tand the “point,” I guess?nAs othe1 have said, there’s room for everything. Since videogames are becoming such a widespread art form, they are obviously going to cover a wide range of ideas that are going to be expressed in a wide range of ways. If anything, it’s a testament to how far games have come that this topic could even be raised.nI don’t find fault with Command & Conquer, because that’s what you do (nor can I see how it’s inherently masculine, unless all commande1 are assumed to be male.) Bulletstorm also seems to be pretty appropriate, since you’re basically always shooting. The whole sexist titles thing is more a facet of gaming culture as a whole, which is slowly changing for the better near as I can tell.nJust because games are becoming a mature medium doesn’t necessarily mean they need to be more “mature,” otherwise movies would be parago1 of reason and intelligence. “Movies have been around for a hundred yea1, it’s time we moved beyond silly titles like ‘Sharknado’ and grew up a little” doesn’t, for me, hold much weight as an argument (although I’m not trying to put words in the author’s mouth).nOther than to simply get people talking about it, I don’t see why titles are such a big deal. I’m open to counter points, would like to hear a different take if I’m missing something.

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