What Android It is expanding at a pace never seen before is something that we already know the vast majority, but the latest report from Kantar Worldpanel leaves us a note of interesting analysis: Google operating system loses ground in United States.
Within the period of one year Android has lost a 4.5% share market in North America, staying in a 55.9%. Despite the drop,according to Seafordecommerce, the Androids is still a distance from his closest rival, iOS, which boasts a 35.2% share in the U.S..
Data in other parts of the world continue to reveal that Android continues to grow dramatically, with a 32.8% YOY growth in Brazil, the only territory included in the study where does not reach 50% of the fee, or a market share reaching 86.8% in Spain.
The study also reveals that virtually one-third of the Android sold have a screen above the 4.5 inch, far away from the current iPhone 3.5. The screen size is also related to the use that the user of your smartphone.
While only 19% of users with less than three inches screens downloading and watching videos the percentage rises to 65% in the case of users who have five inches or more. It remains to be seen because size decant the iPhone 5.
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