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A paid subscription is required for full access. Market share worldwide smartphone shipments by operating system from to Exclusive Premium Statistic This statistic shows the market share of smartphone unit shipments worldwide from toby operating system.
Inthe Android operating system is forecast to hold a As of SeptemberAndroid's most popular platform version was Marshmallow. Mobile operating systems — additional information The market of mobile operating systems OS has seen major changes over the past few years.
Byaround half of the smartphones sold worldwide had the Symbian OS pre-installed. Two years later, Android, a mobile operating system developed by Google, became the market leader.
Android OS held the highest global market share in Windows Phone was developed by Microsoft and has established close ties to Nokia. By the end ofits market share was 3 percent in the United Statesdown from 4. It held a barely measurable.This statistic shows the market share of smartphone unit shipments worldwide from to , by operating system.
In , the Android operating system is forecast to hold a percent share. Smartphone market share - additional information Samsung, known for consumer products such as mobile devices and home entertainment systems, is the global leading smartphone vendor.
Pound falls sharply after ministers quit over Brexit deal The ruthless campaign to save Mohammed bin Salman China is winning the trade war with America for now. However, the smartphone industry is a flat market as the results from the IDC “Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker” show: vendors shipped a total of million smartphones worldwide in.
While the worldwide smartphone market is expected to decline again in , IDC believes the market will experience low single-digit growth from through the end of its forecast in The first commercially available device that could be properly referred to as a "smartphone" began as a prototype called "Angler" developed by Frank Canova in while at IBM and demonstrated in November of that year at the COMDEX computer industry trade show.
A refined version was marketed to consumers in by BellSouth under the name Simon Personal Communicator.