Symbian has the Highest Smartphone Market Share in Europe, Followed by Android and iOS

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Article by Raj Chowdary Posted: September 13, 2011

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Symbian shockingly is still the most used smartphone mobile platform in Europe, followed by Android and iOS. A recent report by comScore compiled with data from France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom (known as EU5) shows that Symbian leads with a market share of 37.8, though its market share is falling at a very rapid pace. During the same period last year, it had a whopping market share of 53.9%.

Android has captured the second position among the smartphone platforms in Europe with a market share of 22.3%. Android has clocked a very impressive growth with its market share increasing by 16.2 percentage points over the same period last year. Apple’s iOS platform comes a close third with a market share of 20.3%. Apple’s share in the market has only increased by a paltry 1.2%.

Top Smartphone Platforms in EU5 by Share of Smartphone Users Symbian has the Highest Smartphone Market Share in Europe, Followed by Android and iOSWhen it comes to the share of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) among Android smartphones, HTC is the number one with 34.6% share of the Android smartphones. Samsung stands at a close second with 31.7% share. Sony Ericsson, LG and Motorola take the next spots.Top Mobile OEMs for the Google Android Platform in EU5 Symbian has the Highest Smartphone Market Share in Europe, Followed by Android and iOS

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