The world’s biggest mobile market belongs to Android. According to new statistics from Analysys International, 68.4 per cent of Chinese smartphones are powered by Google’s OS.
Over the course of 2011 Apple saw iOS grow its market share to only 5.7 per cent from a starting point of 4.1 per cent.
In contrast, Android began the year on 33.6 per cent behind Symbian’s 42.5 per cent share. Nokia’s smartphone OS has now plummeted in popularity to 18.7 per cent.
For the most part, Android has has triumphed in China because its handsets are much cheaper than Apple’s. This didn’t stop one fool selling off his kidney to fund the purchase of an iPhone and iPad.
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