Monday, April 18, 2011

RIM Android Steal Market Share, Microsoft & Palm

Growth Android mobile phone users increasingly dashed. In fact, according to research released by comScore, in the last 3 months, the mobile OS 'robot green' continues to steal market share from Research In Motion (RIM), Microsoft and Palm.

Based on the written statement on Thursday (04/07/2011), in the period November 2010 through February 2011 Android users increased by 7 percent from 26% to 33%. While the market for BlackBerry RIM, Windows Phone Microsoft, and Palm's increasingly declines.

In the same period, BlackBerry users in the United States also fell 4.6% from 33.5% to 28.9%. It is also common on the new Windows 7 Phone launched late 2010. Microsoft's operating system is kept reduced by 1.3% from 9% to 7.7%, followed by Palm which fell 1.1% from 3.9% to 2.8%

Different things happening at Apple. Meksi battered by many Android phones, users who choose to use the iPhone still continues to increase from 25% to 25.2%. Not a big rise indeed, but this phone able to withstand the attack of Android.


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