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Microsoft’s worldwide smartphone market share drops below 2%

WinRumors - Microsoft’s smartphone marketshare has fallen below 2%, according to Gartner.

Gartner research released their latest Q2 2011 mobile device sales on Thursday and the news isn’t great for Windows Mobile and Windows Phone. According to Gartner, Microsoft shifted less units than Bada and Research in Motion. Bada is Samsung’s own operating system. The results mean Microsoft is placed 6th behind Android, Symbian, iOS and others. Android took top place with 43% market share followed by Symbian with 22% and iOS with 18.2%.

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webaddict2622d ago

Will drop even faster now that Google bought Motorola's division!