Apple share falls less quickly as Google operating system takes over—but Windows Phone has barely sold half of the 2m handsets shipped, say new figures.

Stephanie Pottinger
  • 19 april 2011

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This article titled “Nokia and RIM bleeding smartphone share while Android cleans up” was written by Charles Arthur, for on Monday 18th April 2011 16.01 UTC

Nokia is suffering dramatic falls in market share worldwide, and RIM has seen a calamitous fall in its US sales – while the Android mobile operating system is streaking past rivals in almost every developed country to become the dominant player everywhere.

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