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Android captures record of 85% share in shipments

Strategy Analytics has smartphone numbers of sales for where there is revelation that Android gained even more market share during the second half of 2014 at the expense of all it’s competitors. You could have a look at both the shipments and the market-share separately in both the charts provided. 

Global Smartphone Operating System Shipments Q2014-AndroGuru

The global smartphone shipments for Q2 2014 has reached a whopping 295.2 million units compared to 27% more than the same period last year when 233.0 million units were shipped across the globe. Out of those, 84.6% (249.6 million) were Android smartphones up from 80.2% during Q2 2013. Android has reached such an extent where they are on the verge of turning smartphone platforms into a one-horse race. Android is loved by millions across the globe and here in India there are so many devices powered by Android bought everyday. Android is become the developing and life generating platform for people.

Global Smartphone Operating System Marketshare Q2014-AndroGuru

[quote cite=”Neil Mawston (Executive Director of Strategy Analytics) “]The low-cost services and user-friendly software remain highly attractive to hardware makers, operators and consumers on a worldwide angle. There are so many rival operating system vendors who are probably going to have to do something revolutionary to overturn Android’s huge lead in smartphone shipments.[/quote]

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