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Global Smartphone Installed Base Forecast by Operating System for 88 Countries 2007 to 2017
Android and Apple iOS combined will account for the significant majority of the global smartphone installed base in 2012, while the rapid decline in the installed base of Symbian and BlackBerry continues. Looking forward to 2017, Android and Apple iOS will remain the dominant smartphone platforms, but we forecast Microsoft to consistently gain installed base share as the platform matures and some fatigue sets in with the incumbent platform leaders. We also forecast nascent platforms such as Tizen and Firefox OS to grow in popularity, as the benefits of HTML5-based ‘cloud phones’ become more apparent. This report forecasts global smartphone installed base, by 11 operating systems, for 88 countries worldwide, from 2007 to 2017. Almost every major country worldwide is covered, including United States, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. This report can be used by operators, software developers, content developers, handset vendors, component makers, car manufacturers and other stakeholders to determine the size and operating system split of the huge global smartphone market.
Table of Contents
1. Title Page
3. Analysis of Key Trends
4. Summary Chart
5. Pivot Table
6. Global Smartphone by OS
7. North America Smartphone by OS
8. Western Europe Smartphone by OS
9. Asia Pacific Smartphone by OS
10. Central & Latin America Smartphone by OS
11. Central & Eastern Europe Smartphone by OS
12. Africa Middle East Smartphone by OS
15. Analyst Contacts