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    Gartner's Worldwide Mobile OS Sales data is out for 2Q2011. Android's marketshare grew 7% to top 43% while Symbian has lost another 5%, RIM another 1%, and Microsoft lost half of it's marketshare in the past quarter.

    According to Google, in early July there are now 550,000 new Androids activated per day.

    See Gartner, Inc. Research Reports: 2Q2011, 1Q2011, 2010. 3Q2010, 2Q2010, 1Q2010, 4Q2009, 3Q2009, 2Q2009, 1Q2009, etc.
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    Isn't MS shrinking because it is showing the loss of minmo users? I would think in the next Q you will see WP7 users kick in and see a rise in percentage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Defiler View Post
    Isn't MS shrinking because it is showing the loss of minmo users? I would think in the next Q you will see WP7 users kick in and see a rise in percentage.
    Haven't Windows 7 phones been on sale for 9 months?
    Last edited by milominderbinder; 08/20/2011 at 02:29 PM.
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    Yes, but I would think it's safe to say sales are stale right now because of Mango being just around the corner. I believe once mango is released and on new hardware, Microsoft will start to ramp up advertising again and we will see a rise in percentage.

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