Xiaomi has surpassed mighty Samsung to take the top spot in the global smartphone market. According to Counterpoint Research, Xiaomi has sold close to 800 million smartphones since its inception.
IDC has released its quarterly report on the state of the smartphone market, showcasing overall growth for the industry, with Huawei's sanctions making way for other manufacturers to grow.
According to the latest report by Counterpoint Research, the global smartphone market declined 4% YoY in the third quarter of 2020 but grew 32% QoQ indicating recovery post COVID-19.
India's smartphone shipments grew 9% YoY to reach over 53 million units. This is the highest-ever shipment in a quarter for the Indian smartphone market. Samsung is now the number one brand in India.
AdDuplex has released its monthly usage share report for Windows 10. This month, the May 2020 Update (2004) becomes the most used OS, and the October 2020 Update (20H2) makes its debut.
A new research suggests that Samsung is set to retain the highest percentage share (21%) of the smartphone market, followed by Apple. It adds that Huawei is expected to see a sharp decline in 2021.
Gartner says that smartphone shipments fell by 20% YoY in Q2 2020, with Samsung seeing the biggest decline (27%), resulting in a tie with Huawei for first place. Apple, however, sold 0.4% fewer units.
Samsung is selling almost half the number of Galaxy S20 flagship devices than it did of its predecessors, the S9 and S10. However, S20 sales are boosting 5G market share in the country.
IDC has revealed its predictions about the smartphone market and what it thinks will happen between now and 2022. Overall these years will see single-digit growth rates fuelled by 5G.
New market analysis data by Gartner shows Microsoft is now among the top five PC companies in the US, as its Surface line now accounts for 4.1 percent of PC market share in the country.
According to a new report, users of Apple's products are much more willing to spend money on apps than those using Google's operating system, which makes iOS much more profitable for developers.
Since the Android usage stats arrived late last month, it's no surprise that the list of different versions have barely moved in the last few weeks. However, it does show a trend - slow adoption.
Almost eight months after the latest major Android update was released, Oreo is now installed on 4.6% of all Google Play Android devices, although only 0.5% are on the latest version, 8.1.
Microsoft and its partner OEMs introduced several budget devices last year that has helped its market share in the K-12 education market, which grew 6.5 percent in the sub-$300 category.
StatCounter has published its Windows desktop market share report for the month of January 2018, saying that for the first time, Windows 10 has surpassed Windows 7 in worldwide market share.
The Chinese company has reportedly overtaken its South Korean rival to become the highest selling smartphone manufacturer in India, one of the most important emerging markets in the industry.
Many OEMs launched several headsets under the Windows Mixed Reality ecosystem including HP, Acer, and Dell. A couple of months ago, Microsoft announced SteamVR compatibility for the platform.
The latest numbers are finally in and it looks like the adoption rate for Google's latest version of Android isn't so good. Android 8.0 Oreo has only been adopted on 0.3% of devices.
You could be forgiven to think that the Note8 from Samsung, with its hefty $930 price tag, would be a niche product, but it seems that this might not be the case in several markets worldwide.
Current trends in market share show that Windows 10 may finally step out of its elder sibling's shadow, with the rate of increase enabling it to gain the upper hand by the year's end.
The latest statistics from separate firms indicate that Windows 7 is continuing to stumble in terms of market share while Windows 10 is steadily rising. Overall, Windows still dominates the market.
Even though relatively more popular browsers like Google Chrome have lost market share according to latest statistics, it appears that people just don't want to transition to Microsoft Edge.
New stats from NetMarketShare show that the Linux market share has jumped 0.84% to 3.37%. It's not clear why it jumped so high but it could be down to students getting Chromebooks.
After many evolutions, the search engine from Microsoft not only became profitable; but recent data shows it grabbing an ever increasing chunk from its biggest rival when it comes to market share.
In the latest OS and browser market share reports from NetMarketShare, Microsoft Edge stagnated at less than 6%, while Windows 10 grew to capture almost 28% of the market at the cost of Windows 7.
The once robust smartphone OS has been left for the dead by Microsoft, leaving fans disgruntled and its market share plunging. IDC is predicting a steep 80.9% decline in Windows phone sales this year.
The latest reports for the market share of browsers are in, and they indicate that Google Chrome is continuing its dominance while Microsoft Edge just isn't good enough for Windows 10 users.
While the market share report from two separate firms shows various contrasting aspects, one thing that both the reports agree on is the statement that Windows 7 is losing market share.
As the smartphone landscape become a two-horse race, Android and iOS are vying for the Chinese market as the "developed world" market saturates. Both OSes showed strong numbers in China last quarter.
Latest reports indicate that Windows 10 and Windows 7 have grown in market share, whereas Windows XP has faced a considerable decline, and fallen below 7% for the first time, according to one firm.
The latest report for browser market share has remained more or less unchanged compared with last month. Chrome remains the unchallenged leader in the web browser space, and IE continues to plummet.
In the six weeks since the Creators Update's launch, it is now on almost 20% of Windows 10 PCs, a rate of upgrade that Microsoft believes is 'on track' and good sign of things to come.
The latest data from industry watcher IDC suggests worldwide tablet shipments are continuing with their decline year-over-year for Q1 2017, due to increasing pressure from 2-in-1s and detachables.
The latest browser market share reports by various firms once again paints a miserable picture for Microsoft, as the company's Edge browser fails to gain traction among Windows 10 users.
The latest Steam hardware survey indicates that the Windows 10 user base on the gaming platform has remained more or less stagnant, compared to the statistics from the previous month.
According to the latest statistical report by NetMarketShare, the situation of the respective market shares of desktop browsers has remained more or less the same as the previous month.
The latest report from NetMarketShare indicates that Windows 10 and Windows 7 are increasing in market share, however, Windows XP is facing a decline. All in all, Windows' market share has fallen too.
Data from NetMarketShare indicates that Windows 7's market share has increased, whereas Windows 10 has remained more or less constant. Meanwhile, Windows XP's market share has finally declined.
Data from NetMarketShare shows that Microsoft Edge is now being utilized by more users. On the other hand, Internet Explorer has continued its free fall with a 55% YoY decrease.
According to the latest data from NetMarketShare, Windows 10 is now installed on more than 25% of all machines, which is a healthy 214% YoY increase. Windows XP, however, refuses to die.