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Author: Linda Sui
Publication Date: 1月 31 2016
Pages: 15
Report Type: Data Table, Excel



Global Smartphone OS Market Share by Region: Q4 2015

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Report Summary:

Global smartphone shipments grew +6% YoY in Q4 2015. Android registered a slight year-on-year increase in marketshare, while Apple posted weaker-than-expected results, mainly due to lackluster replacement sales and economic headwinds in some regions / countries. Microsoft and BlackBerry continued drifting down, while Tizen maintained the fourth largest OS position this quarter. Our extensive report contains global smartphone shipments by operating system by quarter from 2009 to Q4 2015. The report is valuable for mobile stakeholders who want to size the huge market for smartphones and operating system market share.
Table of Contents

1. Title Page
2. Contents
3. Analysis
4. Summary
5. Global Smartphone Operating System Marketshare
6. North America
7. Western Europe
8. Asia Pacific
9. Central & Latin America
10. Central & Eastern Europe
11. Africa Middle East
12. Regions
13. Definitions
14. Methodology
15. Contacts

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