Monday, January 31, 2011

Android Becomes No 1 Smartphone Platform - Canalys - NYTimes.com

Another Android milestone

Google's Android overtook long-time market leader, Nokia's Symbian, as the most popular smartphone platform in the fourth quarter, research firm Canalys said on Monday.

All phone makers sold a total of 32.9 million Android phones in the last quarter, compared with Symbian's total sales of 31 million in the quarter, the researcher said.

Android Becomes No 1 Smartphone Platform - Canalys - NYTimes.com

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