According to recent figures released by consumer analyst firm Kantar Worldpanel, Google’s Android has increased its share of the smartphone market here in the UK to 47.1 percent, which is then followed by RIM with their BlackBerry devices at 21.5 percent and Apple with 20.8 percent.
The report also says that Symbian is around 7.2 percent and Windows mobile just a 1.7 percent of the total UK smartphone market. Android has increased from 22 percent for the same period in 2010.
Android is becoming more and more popular, last week we heard that Android makes up around 40 percent of the US smartphone market, and now we hear that it is around 47 percent in the UK.
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