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The latest smartphone sales market share data from Kantar Worldpanel shows further gains for Android in many key markets, with iOS holding steady - except in China - while Windows phone sales plummet.
"Gone are the days when a BlackBerry OS, Symbian, or Windows Mobile could make a significant impact. It is clear that there will only be two smartphone ecosystems moving forward - iOS and Android."
The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows considerable smartphone sales market share gains for iOS in several parts of the world, as Android share rose to around 90% in certain markets.
The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows big gains in sales market share for iOS in several countries, and a huge increase for Android in China - but Windows phone sales just keep falling.
The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows significant gains for iOS sales market share in many key markets, while Android share continues to dominate - but Windows phone sales keep falling.
Android and iOS sales share have both risen in many key markets, but unsurprisingly, Windows phone keeps falling - including in China, where its share has dropped to 0.0%, down from a peak of 4.7%.
Android saw some big gains during the three months ending in July 2016, including 90% share in one European market. iOS sales share rose in key markets too - but Windows phone sales fell again.
Kantar's latest smartphone sales market share data shows gains for iOS in the US and key European markets, along with year-over-year increases for Android - but Windows phone sales keep falling.
The latest Kantar Worldpanel data shows considerable year-over-year gains for Android in several key markets around the world. iOS share dipped slightly, but Windows phone sales fell further.
According to the British market research firm, Apple's iOS faces increasing competition from Android in Asia, and Windows Phone is still shrinking in the five most important European markets.
The latest Kantar stats show little change in the downward trend for Windows Phone as Android and iOS steal the show, and the battle for converting feature phone users in the US is still on.
The latest data shows that Samsung's new flagship devices were off to a slow start on the market, while Apple keeps gaining market share. However that trend might have already changed.
Kantar has released the latest market share figures, and it looks like Android's dominance may soon come to an end, and Windows Phone is still in bad shape, but that may change with Windows 10.
We take a closer look at the numbers in Kantar's quarterly report ending November 2014, and it looks like Apple's iPhone 6 is giving Android a squeeze, and Windows Phone hits a new low.
Kantar has released their quarterly report for the state of the smartphone market and for the three month period ending in September, Windows Phone is down in the US and across Europe too.
BlackBerry can claim a small victory - at least in the UK, where it's still more popular than Windows Phone for consumers (you read that right) despite a damaging decline in worldwide market share.
The latest report from Kantar clearly shows the winners and losers of 2013 in terms of smartphone marketshare. Microsoft's Windows Phone and Google's Android have seen much growth at others' expense.
A new report from Kantar World Panel shows that Windows Phone has now exceeded the 10 percent mark in the top five European countries but is falling behind in China.
A new study from Kantar Worldpanel claims that Windows Phone's share of the smartphone market has gone up to 8.2 percent in five key European markets, mainly because of lower priced Nokia phones.
New research from Kantar WorldPanel claims Windows Phone smartphones gained market share in the US and parts of Europe in the second quarter of 2012, with the UK showing the biggest boost.