According to new data from Nielsen, smartphones running Google’s Android operating system outsold those running Apple’s iOS in the first half of 2010 by a margin of 27% to 23% of the US market. The news builds on data from NPD that showed the same result in the first quarter, when Android claimed 28% of smartphone sales to iPhone’s 21%.There are so many smartphones out there running Google Android. In fact, every major wireless carrier in the United States offers an Android smartphone. However, if you want to get an Apple iPhone, you have to switch to AT&T. Who wants to switch carriers if all your friends and family are on a different carrier?
Tuesday, August 03, 2010
Google Android outselling Apple iPhone
Here's a snippet from Mashable:
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Labels: android, apple, apple iphone, google, iphone
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