Analysis shows Android makes up 70% of smartphones in Q4
Canalys, a company that has made a living doing analytics, has released some new information concerning the penetration of Android into the smartphone market. According to their research, not only did Android make up 70% of the new smartphone device market that shipped in Q4, but 34% of all new phones shipped in that quarter – smartphone or otherwise – were Android as well.
These stats are, altogether, pretty impressive. Not only are people continuing to toss their regular flip phones and the like, but Android is continuing to be on the forefront of those new devices.
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