Nielsen: Apple's iOS holds at 28% in US as Android rises to 43% smartphone share
Reply 121 of 121
September 27, 2011 1:23PM
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. . . If there are 100 phones, selling almost equally, getting 2% of the market can make you the most popular. In Android, it is the long cheap tail which is selling.
As a guess I would have agreed with you, but according to a report out today we'd both be wrong.
It's apparently the new higher-end and much more expensive 4G Android models that are flying out the doors. Tho they haven't been on the market all that long, less than a year, they already account for 1/3 of all Android smartphones in use. I'm surprised and impressed.