IDC’s forecast: smartphone market is growing – Android is number 1
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The global smartphone market grows in 2011 by around 50 percent, predicts the U.S. market researcher IDC.
In terms of equipment should be the roughly 450 million, compared with 303 million in 2010. The growth of the smartphone market takes a ride so fast, according to IDC, and suggests the expected growth for conventional cell phones by fourfold.
Android is likely to be the leading smartphone operating system in 2011, after it has worked its way to second place last year, IDC analyst Ramon Llamas oracle. The merger of Nokia, Microsoft and the resulting combination of Nokia’s hardware with the operating system, Windows Mobile, the analysts acknowledge the medium term opportunities. By the year 2015, IDC, Windows may be in second place behind Android Phone.
To achieve this predicted second place, but should come in advance devices on the market. Currently there are no Nokia Windows Smartphone. IDC expects the first hardware in 2012.
The Apple I-OS system provides IDC remain at about 15 percent. Symbian is dying by the year of 2015, and Blackberry easily loses and ends up just under 14 percent.