I don’t really have to say much here, Billshrink.com’s infographic tells it all itself. The info is a tad outdated, but interesting nonetheless. I feel obligated to warn you that this is the biggest infographic I have ever seen, but it’s a very interesting read.
For all those curious on worldwide smartphone market share, Gartner’s August 2010 numbers on sales to end users paints a clear picture on which OS is still in the lead:
- 41.2% – Symbian
- 18.2% – RIM
- 17.2% – Android
- 14.2% – iOS
- 5.0% – Windows Mobile
- 2.4% – Linux
- 1.8% – Other OSes
It’s pretty impressive how Nokia has a 40% worldwide market share and in the US, they have such a small share.
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