Android smartphones’ share rise to 68.1 percent in Q2

Android seemed to capitalized on iPhone 4S disappointments back on its release, as IDC reveals significant number of the current Android market share for second quarter alone, the platform took a whopping 68.1-percent slice on the sales chart.

Android smartphones’ share rise to 68.1-percent in Q2

Apple’s iOS and Android devices is accounted for 85-percent of the total smartphone sales during Q2 along with Blackberry and Symbian which record 4.8% and 4.4%, respectively.

Last year, Canalys outed their reports that Android global market presence took 48-percent share.

  “Android continues to fire on all cylinders,” according to Ramon Llamas, senior research analyst with IDC’s Mobile Phone Technology and Trends program, in a statement. “The market was entreated to several flagship models from Android’s handset partners, prices were well within reach to meet multiple budgetary needs, and the user experience from both Google and its handset partners boosted Android smartphones’ utility far beyond simple telephony.”

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